Collection Spotlight: Education Source

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March 26, 2024, 1 p.m.
Education Source: A go-to and user-friendly resource for education students and faculty alike!
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by Giovanna Colosi, Librarian for Education, Team Lead Subject Instruction

Are you writing your dissertation on classroom management post pandemic? Are you researching the latest in educational technology? Are you looking for new and innovative ways to use educational assessments in your course? Would you like to use an easy to navigate database that uses everyday words to search for articles? Then you should give Education Source a try.

Education Source is a comprehensive database by EBSCO that offers a ton of resources and information on all aspects of education. The database covers a wide range of topics, including educational psychology, curriculum development, classroom management, assessment, educational technology, literacy & literacy education and instructional design. So, for whichever discipline you are in or teach in, you can find relevant literature here.

Education Source provides access to several scholarly journals, magazines, books, conference papers and reports related to education. It is a good resource for staying updated with the latest trends and developments in the field and exploring different perspectives on educational topics. It covers all levels of education, from early childhood to higher education.

Education Source is user-friendly and easy to navigate. The platform offers advanced search options, filters and sorting capabilities, enabling users to find relevant resources quickly and efficiently. The interface also provides the ability to link to citation management tools like Zotero and exporting citations in popular formats like APA, making it easy for users to organize their research and references. This is one of the databases I feature on my Education Research Guide because it is one of my go-to database for education and one that students have told me is one of the easiest to use. To provide feedback or suggest a title to add to the collection, please complete the Resource Feedback Form.

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