Answered By: Clara Tran
Last Updated: Jul 19, 2023     Views: 5448

You can use these two databases to start:  

  • Education Source - Full text & Abstracts. 1929-present. The database is a compilation of previous education databases, specifically Education Index Retrospective (1929-1983), Education Abstracts, Full Text, and Research Complete. Full text supplied for more than 1700 journals, 200 extra full-text journals and 550+ books. Also included are conference papers, article citations, and links to some ERIC documents. Subjects covered include adult and continuing education, distance learning, government funding, multicultural/ethnic education, social issues, student counseling, vocational education and more. Levels covered range from early childhood to higher education.
  • ERIC - 1966-present. Abstracts to journal articles and over 300,000 full text Education Documents (EDs). Additional EDs are available on microfiche. Includes visual searching feature.

You can also use JSTOR for older materials. 

A list of recommended Education databases can be found in the Education Research Guide listed below.

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