On this page, you will find tutorials modeling how to search a library database and look for the full-text of an article if it is not linked. You will also find links to selected library databases for your research.
Library databases offer an organized collection of sources that were published somewhere else first. Many databases have a specific subject area focus (ie. History).
ERIC - Getting the most out of a scholarly subject-based (education) database like ERIC means using an advanced search.
Type in your subject/topic and consider adding one of the following narrowing search terms:
To narrow further by education level, scroll down to the bottom of the Advanced Search screen and limit your search results with the following limiters:
Education Research Complete - full-text database on topics related to all levels of education. Includes area of curriculum instruction.