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EDU 1000: EBSCOhost

Orientation to Education

Journals vs. Magazines

Magazines:

•miscellaneous articles covering a wide variety of subject areas

•non-technical language

•articles submitted by writers or editors employed by magazine

Scholarly Peer-reviewed Journals

•reports of research carried in a particular subject

•written in language of the field

•bibliographic references given

•articles submitted by researchers and or experts in the field

•edited by referees, other experts, and editors

Taking notes the old school way...

To find articles search:

Education Research Complete, Education Research Complete is the definitive online resource for education research. This massive file offers the world's largest and most complete collection of full text education journals. Education Research Complete also covers areas of curriculum instruction as well as administration, policy, funding, and related social issues. For more efficient searching add in "choose databases": Academic Search Complete and ERIC.

To get the research databases another way:

  1. utoledo.edu/library
  2. (on the left under "Quicklinks") click on "Research Databases by name"
  3. go to the appropriate database (Acacdemic Search Complete, Education Research Complete, ERIC)

 

EBSCO Education Search

EBSCO Education Databases