This video will show you how to locate discipline appropriate databases and resources for education. You'll want to watch this one first if you're not sure where to find information on the Library's homepage.
These two videos show you how to find a specific article when you have the citation. This is helpful when
This is the simplest, fastest way.
This is what you do when the first way doesn't work. It's the most thorough way to check the Library's access to articles.
This video was made with EDC108 (Early Childhood Education) in mind, but this technique can be used for any education topic. It uses OneSearch, which is a collection of books and articles on all topics, and zeros in on educational theory.
These videos show you how to perform a simple search, and how to get more specific with controlled language.
ERIC is the world's premier database of education literature. Contains over one million abstracts of articles, books, conference papers, technical reports, and policy papers on educational research and practice since 1966. Provides full text options not available from the U.S. Department of Education version. Coverage Dates: 1966 to present
Getting started with ERIC...
Getting crafty with ERIC...
This video zeros in on a particular article record and shows you how to locate full text, and email, print, save, and grab a citation.