For peer-reviewed articles:
1. ERIC (EBSCO): The leading database for peer reviewed education literature. Can be searched in combination with other Education Source and Psycinfo from the Choose Databases link at the top of the search screen.
Other relevant databases:
2. Education Source (EBSCO): Another comprehensive database for peer reviewed literature in education and related fields. Can be searched in combination with other ERIC and Psycinfo from the Choose Databases link at the top of the search screen
3. Google Scholar: Recommend for the following: To find articles that have cited a given article or book; to find articles related to a given article or book; to find the text of articles. To get access to all of the full text of articles that Hunter owns from off campus you have to go into Google Scholar from http://library.hunter.cuny.edu.
4. PsycINFO (EBSCO): provides comprehensive access to peer reviewed articles in the psychology literature. Can be searched in combination with other ERIC and Education Source from the Choose Databases link at the top of the search screen.
For quality magazine and newspaper articles:
5. Academic Search Complete: a multidisciplinary database with a mix of peer-reviewed and quality non-scholarly sources
6. U.S. Major Dailies: provides access to the following newspapers back to at least 1985. Included newspapers are The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and The Chicago Tribune
Off campus access to these and other databases: You can get the list of Hunter databases from http://library.hunter.cuny.edu. Click on the Databases tab. To get into a database from off campus simply click on the name of the database. You’ll then be prompted for your NetID. For more information about your Net ID see Hunter email https://netid.hunter.cuny.edu/login?next=/