Databases are excellent sources of good quality information. Below are a range of databases relevant to Education.
- Education Resources Information Center (ERIC)
The ERIC database provides a digital library of education-related resources. Contains over 1.1 million citations covering research documents, journal articles, technical reports, program descriptions and evaluations, and curricular materials in the field of education.
Scholarly articles in psychology, psychiatry, education, social work, criminology, social science, business, & organizational behavior. 1872-present.
Other useful databases:
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Online directory containing open access material in many subjects. To find relevant articles/journals search for your subject or browse under Science to find related subjects.
Multi-disciplinary database which provides citations, abstracts and outlines to a lot of journals, books and primary sources connected to Chemistry and connected Sciences. In some cases it also offers full-text access if it is within our subscription.
An online resource that brings together two million digitized entries from OUP's Dictionaries, Companions and Encyclopedias. Good for checking a fact or finding key information on a person, concept or term.
Provides statistical data from a wide range of international sources on populations, industries, economics, media, public opinion, companies, politics, lifestyles, and many other topics.
The databases listed above are only a small part of the database collections at QMUL and Senate House Libraries. You can find the full list of databases available at QMUL via the Library's A-Z List of Electronic Journals and Databases. If the topic you are studying covers a number of different subject areas, you may find it useful to check the other Library Subject Guide pages for useful resources, contacts and information.