Key databases for Education
Databases are collections of resources grouped by information type or subject area. For example, the library subscribes to A+ education, which is an Australian database for Information on all aspects of education. Other databases include journal articles, maps, e-books, statistics, news articles and videos. Here are a few key databases that may be useful to get started in Education:
- Taylor & Francis Online - Full-text access to journal articles covering Education, Health Sciences, Humanities, Mathematics, and Social Sciences.
SAGE Journals: Social Sciences and Humanities- Includes scholarly articles in fields such as Education
Kanopy - a leading supplier of online video on all subjects, with special emphasis on Australian content. View and preview videos, see transcripts, create playlists and embed into courses.
- SpringerLink - Full-text access to journal articles covering Education.
- Wiley Online - Full-text access to journal articles covering Education.
Emerald Management eJournals - Full-text articles and abstracts on Education with focus on Management, Marketing, IT, Project Management and Finance.
ScienceDirect - Access to full-text articles published by Elsevier covering Education topics.
AUSTLIT : the Australian literature resource. Information on Australian literature works of more than 100,000 Australian authors and literary organisations. Its coverage spans 1780 to the present day.
- Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre (EBSCO) - Newspaper articles from national and regional Australian/New Zealand newspapers and magazines.
You can also try the library search to find information from many of these databases simultaneously.