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INSTTECH 4131 / INSTTECH 5131 - Exploring Issues & Trends in Instructional Technology - Zeitz

Resources and techniques for locating research on Instructional Technology (Educational Technology)

ERIC

ERIC is your go-to database for education research.  The EBSCO version allows you to limit by publication date as well as education level and grade.  You can limit to Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals and under Publication Type limit to "research" by choosing "Reports - Research".

ERIC also exists in a free version at https://eric.ed.gov/ that you can use after you graduate.

Web of Science (plus EndNote)

Web of Science (also known as Web of Knowledge) searches high-quality journals across all disciplines within the social sciences.

Web of Science offers a unique search system - search by "topic" (subject) - that often finds research hidden from other databases.

The results of Web of Science can be ranked by the impact a research article has had on the literature.

    

Google Scholar

Use Google Scholar links provided by Rod Library when off campus to link to research purchased for you by UNI.

To locate recent research  in Google Scholar you will need to use the "Since" option on the upper-left hand side of the results page.

To learn more about using quotes and the intitle: command visit Advanced Research Techniques: Google Scholar

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