If you need an article from a scholarly peer-reviewed journal…
A number of indexes now have the option for limiting to types of publications or
articles (e.g., peer- reviewed, etc.). If you are unsure whether or not the journal
is peer-reviewed, you can refer to Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory which is available
under Research Resources—Indexes and Databases.
to find out if Rutgers has alternate online access to the journal. If you do not see a link to full
text, click on Search the library’s catalog by title or Search the library’s catalog by ISSN which
will take you to the record in IRIS for the title if available in the Rutgers libraries. The IRIS record
will note the availability of the journal online in the Electronic access: line. IRIS also indicates whether
the library system owns the periodical in paper or in other formats. .
electronic copy by clicking on the ARTICLE DELIVERY button in the IRIS record.
through Interlibrary Loan. The turnaround time is generally 2-3 days. Click on INTERLIBRARY LOAN AND ARTICLE DELIVERY SERVICE.
For further information on finding articles at the Rutgers University Libraries, refer to How Do I…. link from the Libraries website and click on …find an article? and …know if RU has a particular journal?
· and Interlibrary Loan link on the RUL homepage and select the Interlibrary Loan and Article Delivery Services which will take you to the Article Delivery site.
· If Rutgers does not subscribe to the journal, you can request a copy of the article through Interlibrary Loan. The turnaround time is generally 2-3 days. Go to the Delivery and Interlibrary Loan link on the homepage. Click on Interlibrary Loan and Article Delivery Services which will take you to the Article Delivery site.
· For further information on finding articles at the Rutgers University Libraries, refer to How Do I…. link from the Libraries website and click on …find an article? and …know if RU has a particular journal?
These are key databases for searching for journal articles in the field of education:
Multidisciplinary index to scholarly, professional, and popular periodicals. Includes a significant number of education journals. Use the Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) feature to limit your results. NOTE: You can search this database simultaneously with ERIC and Professional Development Collection by clicking on Choose Databases and checking the box next to the specific database titles.
Covers the latest from both applied and theoretical aspects and conceptions of education. Use the Per Reviewed limit feature.
Provides access to information in journals and non-journal literature, including conference papers, books, reports, dissertations, theses, and policy papers. NOTE: You can search this database simultaneously with Academic Search Complete and Professional Development Collection by clicking on Choose Databases and checking the box next to the specific database titles. Sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) or the U.S. Department of Education, the ERIC online digital library is publicly accessible at http://eric.ed.gov/.
Provides information on international literature (journal and non-journal) in linguistics and related disciplines in the language sciences. Use the Peer-Reviewed Journals limit feature.
Covers journal articles, books, government documents, statistical directories, grey literature, research reports, conference reports, publications of international agencies, Internet material, and more on national and international issues, including matters in education such as literacy and No Child Left Behind.
A collection of education journals and reports. Over half of the journals are peer-reviewed. Use the Scholarly (Peer Reviewed) Journals limiter.
Academic and professional journal and non-journal literature in psychology and related areas such as education. Use the Peer Reviewed Journal limit feature.
Academic and professional journal and non-journal literature in sociology and related areas such as education. Click on the Peer-Reviewed Journals tab.
Includes scholarly peer-reviewed journal article information published from 1984 to the present for sciences, arts and humanities, and social sciences.
Searches peer-reviewed papers, dissertations, books citations, and reports from a variety of providers available on the Web. Sources of material include academic publishers, professional societies, preprint repositories, universities and open access publishers. Google Scholar is not considered comprehensive for academic content, so for the most thorough search of your topic.
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