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Education (Lesson Planning Resources): CURR 316: Teaching Science & Math to Children

Conducting a Journal Search


To look for a journal go to the blue bar at the top of the webpage and click on "Search Journal". A search box like the one below will appear.

Then, type in the keywords or title of the journal, browse the results and click on the journal title of your interest to see the complete electronic access options. Once in the journal record scroll down to the "View Online" section and click the "Show License" button.  Then, click one of the "Full Text Availability" options to check for dates available. Clicking any of these options will take out of GLOCAT and land you into the database that host the journal. (See video below)

Another way to search for journal is to type in the keywords in the basic search box and then "Modify Your Results" by "Material type: Journals". 

Recommended Education Databases

To find scholarly journals that are focused on teaching in a specific subject area visit this research guide on Research Resources: Professional Literature. 

Content-Area Professional Organizations & Journals/Magazines

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Finding Teaching Materials by Type

These links will take you to pages populated with material specific to the listed type. 

Finding Teaching Materials by Subject