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EDUC: Education

This guide will help you find and evaluate information on early childhood through secondary education.

What Are Periodicals?

Periodicals are information sources that are published on a regular, recurring schedule. They include scholarly journals, magazines, trade journals, newspapers, and newsletters and are typically published daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, or yearly.

Periodicals in Our Databases

Print Journals and Magazines in Our Collection

Identifying Scholarly Articles

What are scholarly articles? Why do I need them?

Scholarly articles are written by experts in an academic or professional discipline. It is much more likely that you can trust scholarly articles because they are coming from authoritative sources.

What is peer review?

Some scholarly articles go through a process known as peer review. This is when an author submits an article to be evaluated by their colleagues in the field before publication. It is another way to ensure that the information in the article is of the highest quality.