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Finding Evidence-Based Research in Education: How to FIND

Evidence-based research defined + how to find it explained.

Educ. Journal Databases

 

The NYIT Library provides access to several quality education journal databases containing a huge number of full-text evidence-based (original/peer-reviewed) research articles.

These databases are accessible REMOTELY to NYIT students, who need only enter their MyNYIT/NYIT e-mail logins when asked to do so.

The NYIT Library's Education Journal Databases

These Education journal databases will provide myriad evidence-based research articles in full text. (These databases are accessible remotely to NYIT students using your MyNYIT/NYIT e-mail LOGINS.)


Education Research Complete (EBSCOhost)

Teacher Reference Center (EBSCOhost)

ProQuest Education Journals (ProQuest)


These huge multidisciplinary/mult-subject journal databases provide a great deal of Education coverage, as well.

Academic Search Complete (EBSCOhost)

ProQuest Central (ProQuest)



 

This link is to an alphabetical list -- with links -- of ALL NYIT Library EDUCATION databases:

http://www.nyit.edu/library/find_resources/education


HELPFUL HINTS:  When searching the above databases from EBSCOhost and ProQuest, be sure to check these TWO BOXES on their search screens:  FULL TEXT and PEER REVIEWED.

You'll find your evidence-based research articles among PEER-REVIEWED articles, so checking THAT box is ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT!



In EBSCOhost databases:



In ProQuest databases:


 

 

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