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ERIC is the most comprehensive database in education.
ERIC Documents: If an ED document is not full text online, the Library has most of 1997 - 2003, ED398352 - ED483046 in microfiche. This ED number is provided as the accession # in the ERIC database. See library staff for assistance. For all other documents, place an ILL request and include the ED# at the end of the Title.
Canadian Education Articles
CBCA - a mix of scholarly and popular articles source with a Canadian education focus (database also includes non-education materials such as business and general reference).
Education in non-traditional contexts
Use the OneSearch search box on the Library's home page. Examples include education topics in professional contexts such as workplaces and hospitals, for which the business or medical literature may also be useful.
Complete list of Education databases - for finding published articles, reports, and other materials.
Canadian government publications
Government documents and reports are especially important to education research, because education is a key endeavour of provincial governments.
Use Canadian Government Search - special edition of Google for searching Canadian government web sites - good for finding official policies and statistics
Books - use the library catalogue to find books owned by UPEI's Robertson Library
Use OneSearch to find books published from many sources, then use Interlibrary Loan to request to borrow the ones that Robertson Library does not own.
Reserves material - specific reading material selected by instructors of specific courses in education
APA Citation Style - the most commonly used style for education is APA, developed by the American Psychological Association ("APA").
APA Style videos [YouTube] - a series of very short how-to videos about APA citations, produced by Memorial University of Newfoundland Libraries
Education Learning Commons catalogue - search the collection of the Education department's special collection of professional materials and children's books located in the ELC, 301 Memorial Building