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Subject Guide

WELCOME to the education research guide from the Seattle U. Library

The guide features resources and links to help you in researching education topics.

Databases

Best Places to Start - Interdisciplinary Databases

Video Sources

Education Databases

Other Useful Databases

Additional Resources

Finding Journals

How to Find Full Text Journals

How to figure out if Seattle University has full-text for a journal/magazine

  • Go to the library’s home page at: http://www.seattleu.edu/library/. The Primo search box is located here under Find Books, Articles, & More. 
  • Copy and paste the title of the journal or magazine into Primo (note: select the button next to Lemieux Journals to help refine your search). 

  • Select Availability under the citation to see options for full text access. You will see which SU Library databases or electronic collections have full text for the publication plus dates of coverage available.

  • If electronically available, look for the database that has the date coverage you need (i.e., 'my article is in the June 2005 issue').
  • If we don't have it, request through InterLibrary Loan (ILL) at the following link:  http://libguides.seattleu.edu/illiad

Encyclopedias

Citing Guides

Organizations

Government Organizations

Professional Associations

Internet Sites

Useful Websites