Use these resources if you are just starting out, you don't know much about a topic, or if you are still trying to decide what topic you are going to address. Use the general box to search for a more general topic or click on the titles of the individual databases to find more specific topics in the field of education.
You can easily input (and format) journal articles, books, websites, and other resources for your paper with RefWorks!
RefWorks is a Web-based bibliography and database manager that helps you collect and organize citations and access them from any computer with a Web connection.
RefWorks will even take your list and generate a bibliography of references, using APA, MLA, or any other format you select.
When gathering records from other databases, look for instructions for how to directly export your records to RefWorks.
Useful Education Links
Limited Availability of ERIC Documents
Due to security concerns documents in ERIC will have limited full text availability. However, ERIC (EBSCO) still has many articles that are available both in full text in the database, full text from other databases and though inter library loan. To limit to available full text use the "Advanced Search" link to access the limiters then in the box that says "Journals or Documents" click on Journal Articles (EJ) to limit your search to only ERIC Journals.
For more information on the availability of ERIC Documents go to: http://www.eric.ed.gov/pdf_availability.html
If you need any help with this or other library databases please contact the Education subject librarian Rachel Wadham: Rachel_Wadham@byu.edu
Recommended Education Databases
These are the most recommended databases in the field of education to find journal articles or other documents