With over 2000 titles, Education Source from EBSCO is the world's largest collection of full-text education journals. It includes both professional titles of interest to teachers and scholarly research journals that report on studies in the field of educational research.
This version of ERIC includes features not available in the open access web version that follows.
Queen's researchers should prefer this version because the citations link to our licensed full text articles. The ERIC Thesaurus is an excellent source for building the vocabulary for your search strategies. More information on ERIC is available from the Institute of Education Sciences.
Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) Open Access
ERIC is a database of citations with abstracts related to teaching and research in education, complemented by links to more than 200,000 full-text non-journal documents. Coverage includes: journal articles, books, research syntheses, conference papers, technical reports, policy papers and other education-related materials.
Content from many Canadian journals is discoverable in Education Source but if you are doing a comprehensive search Canadian Business & Current Affairs (CBCA) database from ProQuest should also be searched. CBCA is a multi-disciplinary database that includes indexing for over 900 Canadian publications and ongoing full text for over 300 titles.
Be sure to search Google Scholar starting from a Queen's Library link so you are asked to log in with your Queen's NetID. This will ensure you have access to the Queen's content we have licensed / purchased for you.
A multi-disciplinary database that includes content in the field of education and related areas. It is provided by EBSCO, so offers our researchers the same platform as our Education Source and ERIC databases are offered on. Coverage includes peer-reviewed journal articles, conference proceedings, reports, and selected monographs.
The Web of Science Core Collection includes over 20,000 peer-reviewed, high-quality scholarly journals published worldwide (including Open Access journals); over 190,000 conference proceedings; and over 90,000 editorially selected books.
A "discovery tool". Most academic libraries now host this type of search tool that searches most of the items a library has access to -- right to the article level. Books, ebooks, articles, DVDs, online video, kits, and more. Omni result lists can be narrowed by using the filters on the left sidebar.
For access to ALL Queen's Library's databases, go to our Database of Databases.
Ulrich's Serials Directory contains listings of currently published, as well as discontinued, serial publications. Includes magazines, journals, newsletters, newspapers, conference proceedings, and electronic publications. Also contains complete names and addresses of journal publishers. Search here to find out where a journal is indexed, and to learn more about the history of the title.
Grant, C. , & Osanloo, A. (2014). Understanding, selecting, and integrating a theoretical framework in dissertaton research: Creating the blueprint for your house. Administrative Issues Journal: Connecting Education, Practice, and Research, 4 (2): 12-26.
Google Scholar and most journal database providers (e.g. EBSCO, ProQuest) and publishers (e.g. Sage, Taylor & Francis) offer email alerting services to inform you of new publications that match a search or a journal you specify.
To set up alerts on our major database platforms you first set up a personal account on that platform. For researchers in education at Queen's, the most used platforms are EBSCOhost, ProQuest, Web of Science, APA PsycNET, and Google Scholar. Summon does not offer an email alert service. For each platform, follow the instructions linked below to set up an email alert service:
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