Education Source is a subscription database which indexes more journals than ERIC or Education Full Text databases. It is an enlargement of Education Full Text, so searching both databases normally would not increase the number of articles found.
· Education Librarian, Judy Nixon: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Education Subject Guide: http://guides.lib.purdue.edu/education
· Endnote Basic Guide: http://guides.lib.purdue.edu/EndNoteBasic
· Tutorial for Education Students: http://www.lib.purdue.edu/content/tutorials-education
1. Education books are at the Humanities, Social Science & Education Library, called HSSE, in Stewart Center. The E in HSSE stands for Education. Here is a tutorial which is a tour of the HSSE Library. Tour of HSSE
2. Purdue Libraries home page is www.lib.purdue.edu
Here is a link to a tutorial on using the home page: Home Page Tutorial
3. To see if we own a book in print or electronic format, click on the "Books & Media" tab.
5. 85+% of our education journals are in electronic format. To find a specific journal online click on "Online Journals" link. Print journals are located in the Periodicals area of HSSE Library. Enter from HSSE 1st floor – northeast corner.
8. Need quick help? Use our “Ask a Librarian” service to chat or email a librarian. Go to http://purl.lib.purdue.edu/web/askalib or look for this link:
9. Need to renew a book, or ask Interlibrary Loan to get a book or article that Purdue doesn’t own, click on the “SERVICE” tab.
Need help finding education related resources?
Go to URL: http://guides.lib.purdue.edu/education. Here is what the page looks like. Under each tab are hints, tutorials and links.
First you must set up your library links to display the "Full Text at Purdue" link when off-campus. On campus users are recognized by their IP and no configuration is needed.
2. Click on the gear icon that is located on the top right hand side of the screen, below the black bar.
3. Type "Purdue University" into the "Library Links" box. Click on "Find Library." Search for Purdue University , and select "Purdue University Libraries - Full Text at Purdue".
5. Select "Save."
6. Now the Full Text at Purdue link should appear in Google Scholar each time you run a search from off campus.
When you click the Full Text at Purdue link you will see vendors that provide the item through the Purdue Universtiy Libraries.
You will then need to log in with your Boilerkey.
Then you will be taken to the article or journal just as if you were on-campus. Sometimes you may be required to browse for the specific article in an archive or table of contents. Look for a PDF link to the article.
What is citation searching?
Why do it?
Where to do citation searching?
Many databases have a "cited by" link. However, the number of cited works will vary because each database is counting the citations in its database.
Top ones are:
Other databases that also have "cited by" links: