These are the primary places to find education-related articles and article summaries (abstracts). You may search these resources in two ways.
1. Start by clicking on Education Full Text
2. Click on "Choose Databases"
3. Click the box next to ERIC:
4. Begin searching!
|Written by professors, researchers, or experts||Written by journalists||Written by journalists and experts|
|Lengthy, plain looking||Brief, flashy articles||Lots of color|
|Specialized terminology (jargon)||Intended for a general audience||Written for a specific audience, such as a professionals in a field|
|Often peer reviewed||No formal review||May or may not be peer reviewed|
|Few or no advertisements||Contains ads||Includes ads related to the profession|
|Contains references||Sometimes has references||May or may not include references|
|Examples: The New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Communication||Examples: New York Times, Forbes, People||Examples: MacWorld, audioXpress, Nursing Times|