Answered By: Darren Chase
Last Updated: Mar 18, 2019     Views: 86

Updated Response (March 2019)

You can check the databases listed on the Education Research Guide.  The top database to use is Education Source, but it also lists other databases that should be helpful to you.  Keep in mind, that you will want to make use of the limits on the right hand side when you get your search results.

Original Response

Try some of the Education databases: Education Research Complete, Education Full Text and ERIC (Education Resources Information Center). You can actually search all three at the same time using EBSCOhost and choosing those databases.

You're going to get a lot of results, so you may want to make your topic more specific, or you can limit results to certain subject areas using the Subject: Thesaurus Term option in the left-hand column on the results page.

You can also take a look at the Education subject guide, which will show more databases and other resources, along with the contact information of the Education Librarian, Elaine Hoffman.

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