Note: For a comprehensive introduction to education research, use the Education Research Guide.
With over 2000 titles, Education Source 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.
Use Education Source to gain access to top teacher journals, including Education Canada and Educational Leadership. Use your Queen's netID and password for access from off campus.
Tip: Use TI Title to force key words into the title of your results.
Google Scholar searches across disciplines and includes more than journal literature. Your results may include books, reports from academic institutional repositories and centres of research, dissertations,and materials from professional societies. Google Scholar results can be limited and sorted by date and Google search tips can also be applied.
Canadian Business & Current Affairs is a multi-disciplinary database that includes education literature. If you want to find out if a topic has been discussed in Canadian education journals this is your source to search.
The Canadian Education Association's flagship magazine for educators. Limited free articles are available on the CEA site.
Voice (Elementary Teachers' Federation)
Education Forum (OSSTF)
Selected articles are available online. Your Ed Library has this in print on Floor 1.
Blog Perspectives (Can. Teachers' Federation)
Perspectives is now a blog with articles on issues of concern to Canadian teachers.
Educational Leadership (Queen's only)
Language Arts (National Council of Teachers of English)
The Reading Teacher (International Literacy Association)
Science & Children (National Science Teachers Association)
Teaching Children Mathematics (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)