Find Sources for Your Research
The library’s research databases enable you to find articles, electronic books, reports, images, and more.
The content of each database varies:
- Some materials are full-text and some are not.
- Some are scholarly and some are popular.
- Some databases cover almost every topic while others focus on a specific area.
Below, find a list of databases recommended for Education.
You could begin by entering the keywords early childhood assessment. Keep in mind these tips:
If you need the articles quickly, limit your search to Full Text.
Because this class focuses on American public schools, consider weeding out sources from outside the United States by setting a geographical limiter in a database or by manually rejecting irrelevant articles.
Instantly Search Education Databases
Although not necessarily an exhaustive list, the following databases are relevant to the subject of Education:
News & Current Events
eBooks & Reference Works
Theses & Dissertations
The Oklahoma Digital Prairie includes several research databases aimed at students elementary through high school.
Our nonfiction eBooks include collections aimed at students elementary through high school.
Explora is a user-friendly and visually appealing version of the EBSCOhost interface designed for public and school libraries.