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Advanced Search Tutorial
ERIC (Education Resource Information Center) is co-ordinated by the U.S. Department of Education. It is available in three different versions through the library but using the Ebscohost version will give you the best access to the library’s full text journal holdings within the database. Use the online or print thesaurus (REF Z695.1 .E300 E34 2001) to identify the best search terms (There is a great tutorial video for using the Thesaurus in ERIC on this page).
Use the Thesaurus in ERIC or the one in your library's reference collection to find more search terms.
Thesaurus of ERIC descriptors:
Use the links below to access recommended databases for searching Education related articles. The best source of full text scholarly articles in the field of education is the database: Education Source.
The most current NCTM math journals are available electronically through the Journal Locater database. Some older issues are in the print journal collection.
A peer reviewed research study normally includes: