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Math 635

Math

Relevant Databases

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Gale Virtual Reference Library. Combines hundreds of academic encyclopedias

Recommended Databases

1. EBSCO (all databases). Far-ranging multi-disciplinary source; includes Education Source, ERIC, and Psycinfo

2. Education Source (EBSCO). Comprehensive source for research in education, including math education. Can be combined with the other EBSCO databases.

3Eric (EBSCO). Comprehensive source for research in education, including math education. Can be combined with the other EBSCO databases.

4. Google Scholar. Nearly all-embracing source for all varieties of scholarly literature. Access from the Hunter Library homepage to get access to more full text.

5. Onesearch. All-discipline database; offers access to peer reviewed journals, books, and videos

6. Psycinfo (EBSCO). Comprehensive source for research in psychology, including learning and educational psychology. Can be combined with the other EBSCO databases.


Other Relevant Databases

1. Science Direct. Mostly provides access to Science and Health research.

2. Web of Science. Despite its name, provides access to peer reviewed literature from all disciplines.