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Education SourceCollection of full-text education journals, providing scholarly research and information for education students, professionals, and policy makers; covers all levels of education — from early childhood to higher education — as well as all educational specialties.
When searching in library research databases, enter keywords rather than whole questions. For example, if my research question is: Why are friendships important during the preschool age? The main concepts, that will be used as keywords for the search are preschool and peers.
Use the Boolean operator OR to expand or broaden your search results to include synonyms and related concepts.
Selecting magazines, under type of source will eliminate scholarly peer reviewed journal articles from your result list, it may also take away professional journal articles that have not been tagged as a magazine. Scroll through the Publication facet to find professional journals recommended by your professor.
Library Instruction Part 1: Keywords, Advanced Search Techniques, Professional Journal Articles
Direct Links to Professional Journals to Search for Articles