If you know the name of a specific database, enter its title into the Databases tab on the Libraries Home Page.
If you want to find a database that covers a particular subject, use Browse Databases by Subject.
To choose a database, ask: What kind of research materials does it include? How far back does it go? Is there full text available? The database descriptions will give you this information.
Search these databases for scholarly (peer reviewed) articles in the field of education:
ERIC is the premier database for research in education. 1966 to present
Education Full Text covers contemporary education issues, including government funding, instructional media, multicultural education, religious education, student counseling, and information technology. 1994 to present
PsycInfo contains more than a million articles, books, reports and tests in the field of psychology; includes tests and reports related to educational testing.
Journals that include articles about women and education: