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Useful databases for searching articles specific to education.
Covers education journals and reports from 1966 to the present.
Scholarly research in all areas of education, with full-text access to 1400 journals and 550 books. This includes topics such as early childhood education, higher education, testing, multilingual education, and health education.
The following are a few education resources available on the internet.
A repository of lesson plans, activities, and other education resources. Sponsored by the National Education Association.
Reviews the research on education programs, practices, and policies to help educators make informed decisions.
A well-organized listing of websites useful for teaching and learning.
A chronology of seminal moments in North American education.
The Federal Registry for Educational Excellence (FREE) makes it easier to find digital teaching and learning resources created and maintained by the federal government and public and private organizations.
Curriculum materials, subject-based guides to information, plus ERIC search interface.
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries
Encyclopedias and dictionaries are a good source for background information on a topic, and often include bibliographies that can point you towards books and articles. Click on the titles below to see their location and availability in the library.
Encyclopedia of American Education Covers all aspects of education past and present, including educational movements, biographical information on prominent educators, health issues, legal issues, publications, organizations, schools, programs, and tests.
Encyclopedia of Educational Research Includes articles, with extensive bibliographies written by some of the most prominent people in the field of education.
Greenwood Dictionary of Education Provides authoritative definitions for more than 2,600 terms that apply to educational research, practice, and theory. 2011, second edition available as an eBook in our catalog.
Encyclopedia of School Psychology Features the latest research on school learning, motivation, and educational assessment.
Learning Theories A-Z A dictionary of over 500 terms relating to learning theories and environments, including an annotated bibliography.
Collects, analyzes, and disseminates data related to education in the U.S.
The education section of the Statistical Abstract, published annually through 2012, compiles education-related data from multiple federal agencies. Historical abstract information dating back to 1789 is also available.
A compilation of data about issues relating to child well-being.
The official source for statistics and data about education in Wisconsin.
Provides data and analysis on the state of education worldwide.
Reports of an extensive 2000 UNESCO assessment of education around the world.
The U.S. Government provides a variety of help to educators through various agencies. Below is just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to government resources.
A database of literacy programs from the Literacy and Information Communication System (LINCS), main site also features on-demand, web-based professional development opportunities; targeted face-to-face training, high-quality resources; and an interactive online learning community.
Open Educational Resources from the Office of Educational Technology.
Resources from the Center for Adult English Language Acquisition (CAELA) project, including documents of interest to teachers, administrators, students, and researchers interested in education of adult English language learners and links directly to many resources online.
Includes a searchable database of lesson plans.
Educational materials from NASA through their NASA Quest program.
Lessons and activities from the National Gallery of Art.