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ERIC: This database is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education and contains two different types of documents:

·     Journal articles (which have an “EJ” prefix).  


·     ERIC documents (which have an “ED” prefix).  This second category encompasses conference papers, research reports, government   documents, theses, dissertations, teaching/curriculum guides, and unpublished books and monographs.

Education Research Complete: Provides access to scholarly research articles in education. Covers early childhood to higher education.

PsycINFO: from the American Psychological Association, this is the primary indexing database for scholarly psychological literature (articles, literature reviews, books, dissertations).






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