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Featured Resource: ERIC

by Daniel Fitzroy on 2018-02-26T11:23:44-05:00 | Comments


The ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) database was established by the U.S. Department of Education as a clearing house for resources related to the field of Education. This is the world’s largest Education database with more than 1.6 million records from sources such as journal articles, dissertations/theses, proceedings, reports, speeches, curriculum guides, legal/legislative, and many more. ERIC developed a thesaurus of more than 11,700 education terms which goes through periodic major and minor updates to keep current with the field.

Subjects: Education.

Content: Indexing and abstracts for nearly 1,150 journals and thousands of education-related documents. Title List

Full-Text: Yes; nearly 750,000 full-text resources plus use Full Text Finder to find additional full-text in other databases.

Date Coverage: 1966 to present; coverage varies by title.

Mobile Friendly: Yes, responsive site and mobile apps.

Special Feature:

  • An education-specific thesaurus containing over 11,700 terms.


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