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Doing Research in Education

Databases for Education Research

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ERIC and Education Source are specialized education databases. They contain reports, articles, conference papers, and book reviews relevant to and written by education scholars and professionals. You probably want to start with them 99% of the time.

Nexis Uni and PsycINFO are also useful depending on your specific topic; Nexis Uni is a useful place to find legal information and court case decisions, and PsycINFO will be helpful for child and adolescent development as well as topics related to school psychology and supporting learners with exceptionalities.

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