Be sure to search ERIC within the EBSCO framework. Many articles and documents will be available in full-text format and you can use the interlibrary loan request link to request articles not immediately available.
Find Journal Articles
Journal Literature and Information Sources for Education
You may have an assignment that asks you to read articles from a list of journals provided by your instructor. Or, perhaps you have come across a citation to an article in something you have read and you want to find the full-text of the content.
Using the Full-Text Finder, you can look up a journal by title and you will be able to determine which online research service that SNC subscribes contains full-text articles from the specific publication.
Let's say you want to read articles from Journal of Research in Reading. Here's how to proceed.
- If you do this first, you will proceed much more smoothly and with less frustration.
- If you are off-campus, click here (search.ebscohost.com) and use the login and password you have been provided. Minimize the window on your screen.
- Click on the link in the left-hand column of this page named Find Journals by Title.
- When the Full-Text Finders opens, type in Journal of Research in Reading.
- When the search results are displayed, if the desired title is available, the resource will have a direct link to the ful-text. You can then search within the publication to locate specific articles.
Top Five Journals in Education
- American Educational Research Journal
- Educational Researcher
- Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
- Review of Educational Research
- Phi Delta Kappan
While these journals may not be available full-text from within SNC's available databases, they are indexed in the databases and are accessible through interlibrary loan by clicking on the request link in EBSCO.