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Indexes education journals (most comprehensively, some selectively), as well as education-related materials from scholarly organizations, professional associations, research centers, policy organizations, university presses, the U.S. Department of Education and other federal agencies, and state and local agencies. Individual contributors submit conference papers, dissertations, and theses. Sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), U.S. Department of Education. Covers 1966-present. See Selection Policy. Combine searches with other ProQuest databases like PsycINFO or LLBA. (PennKey required).
Indexing and abstracts for nearly 3,600 journals, Full text for more than 2,000 journals, 530 books and monographs, 2,300 education-related conference papers, Coverage dates back to 1880. See Journal Coverage List. Education Source includes the content in EBSCO's Professional Development Collection, Education Index Retrospective: 1929-1983, and Education Index Full-text (H.W. Wilson). (PennKey required).
While the public version of ERIC will only take you to full-text ERIC documents and does not have linking to PennText articles, unique features available here include different limiters for: specific source, author, and identifiers for laws, assessments, and location.
Many ERIC Documents (ED accession numbers) are now accessible online, for those that are not, Penn Libraries holds a complete collection of ERIC fIche. Use this Franklin Catalog record to request fiche.
Annotated bibliographies on specific topics, identifying useful overview and reference works, classic works, controversial works, and other significant books and articles on the topic. Bibliographic articles are frequently updated.
Identifies journal articles that use data from National Center for Education Statistics research programs, 1973-present. Assembled by NCES from searching online bibliographic databases (e.g., ERIC, JSTOR, EconLit, ProQuest Dissertations & Theses).
UNESDOC, the UNESCO Digital Library, is the repository for UNESCO publications and UNESCO-sponsored publications, and also for UNESCO Director-General speeches and documents of UNESCO's governing bodies, drawn from the UNESCO Library, UNESCO Archives, and documentation centers in UNESCO field offices and institutes.