Have a citation and trying to find the article in full text?
1) Type the title of the journal into
to find out if something is available full text in the library's databases.
Titles below here are just a few of those available in online editions.
Search these database tools by your topic to find articles. If an article is not in full text you will be provided with a link to place a request for an interlibrary loan.
Note that the ALL EBSCO or ALL ProQUEST option will give access to many educational databases not listed below including Educational Research Complete, ERIC, Professional Development Collection, and the Library, Information Science, and Technology. By going through the ALL EBSCO or ALL ProQuest portal you will be able to select and search databases simultaneously.
Go to ALL EBSCO
At ALL EBSCO you can search these education databases and more simultaneously or individually.
Go to All Proquest
At ALL Proquest you can search 16 database including these:
Frequently, research on educational topics such as "reading fluency", "disabilities", or "student achievement" can be found in disciplines such as psychology, and social work. I would encourage you to include these in your search to ensure that you have done a thorough literature review.
Using Google Scholar will limit your search of the web to scholarly materials and help you to avoid commercial and unreliable sources. NOTE: when you find abstracts to articles which are not in full text - be sure to search the NNU Library Journal List by the Journal Title to determine whether you might have access to the full text article in one of the library databases or in the print collection.