ERIC: Educational Resources Information Center (EBSCO)This research database indexes education-related literature, beginning in 1966. The ERIC database is the world's largest source of education information, containing abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice.
Professional Development Collection (EBSCO)As a collection of education-related journals for teachers, librarians, and researchers, this database is designed for professional educators and provides a highly specialized collection of nearly 520 high quality education journals, including more than 350 peer-reviewed titles. This database also contains more than 200 educational reports. This is the most comprehensive and most valuable collection of full text education journals in the world. In addition to full text, indexing and abstracts are provided for more than 700 journals.
APA PsycInfo (EBSCO)An electronic bibliographic database providing abstracts and citations to the scholarly literature in the psychological, social, behavioral, and health sciences.
Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (EBSCO)Provides full text of journal articles and indexing of books, research reports and conference proceedings. Subject coverage includes librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management, search engines, printed and digital information sources, the information industry, scholarly communication, makerspaces, educational technology, and electronic publishing.
ERIC (Public Access Interface)Indexes education-related literature, beginning in 1966. The public access (.gov) version of ERIC does NOT include OhioLINK's "Find a Copy" feature for full text. The database covers descriptions and evaluations of programs, research reports and surveys, curriculum and teaching guides, instructional materials, position papers, and resource materials.
SocINDEX (EBSCO)Provides full text of journal articles, and indexing and informative abstracts for "core" coverage journals dating back to 1895, plus "priority" coverage journals and "selective" coverage journals.