Research Databases

Screenshot of EBSCO emblem. EBSCO

Access all of EBSCO's databases here and select which you want to use in a search. [Support Page and Beginner's Video Tutorial + PowerPoint.]

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Screenshot of ERIC search page. ERIC

An authoritative database of indexed and full-text education literature and resources dating from 1966 to the present that is sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences in the U.S. Department of Education. Contains multiple source types, including but not limited to: journal articles, curriculum guides, policy papers, books, and an education-specific thesaurus containing over 11,700 terms. Search results can be narrowed by education level as well as by the intended audience. From EBSCOhost. [Support Page and User Guide.]

 
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Screenshot of Explora Public Libraries search page. Explora Public Libraries

Search this multidisciplinary database by keyword or subject (or use the Advanced Search function) to find reliable sources pertaining to arts & literature, biography, business & careers, current events, geography & culture, health, history & social science, and science & math. Source types include but aren't limited to: professional journals, popular magazines, reference books, images, and primary sources. From EBSCOhost. [Beginner's User Guide.]

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