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Research in Early Childhood Education (Donegan-Ritter): Finding Research

This guide includes information about articles, books, journals, and databases that students can use to work on a literature review or other research assignment in Early Childhood Education.

Selected Databases

Linker: Important to USE to find complete articles

If the complete article is not available in the database, click on the  linker to possibly find the full article in another licensed library resource.

Search INDIVIDUAL databases when you need additional SPECIALIZED ways to search.

Interlibrary Loan Articles

The Interlibrary Loan service borrows articles not owned by Rod Library from other libraries.

Dissertations & Theses

Info on How to Find Journal Articles

You can use the Rod Library website to search for individual articles, to search for specific journals, or to directly access third-party databases.

Use the OneSearch! Catalog tab to search for articles by title, author, or subject keywords.

Once you get your search results, you can, for example, limit Source Type to Articles, limit Availability to Peer-Reviewed Journals, limit the years in which articles were published, etc.


If you are looking for a specific journal, you can also search OneSearch! for the journal's title. It may be helpful to put the title in quotation marks.

 


To go directly to a specific database, go to Databases A-Z. There, you can browse an alphabetical list of all Rod Library databases or narrow them down by subject, vendor, etc.