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EDPSYC 014: Learning and Instruction

Welcome to the library guide for Dr. Jessica Schocker's ED PSYC 014 course!

Searching Tip: Please Remember To Use Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed) Journal Articles

a white exclamation point on a red backgroundScholarly journal articles (also called peer-reviewed, academic, refereed) are required for most education a white exclamation point on a red backgroundpapers.  It is important to use scholarly journal articles in your literature review because they:

  • offer higher quality information than popular magazine articles
  • show you the work of other education experts
  • provide research findings rather than unfounded opinions

Scholarly vs. Popular Sources

eJournals Browse and Search

Some researchers like to focus their search on a specific ejournal about their topic rather than try to sift through an entire database.  You can select your favorite education ejournals from the menu below!  Top journals for early education include American Educational Research Journal, Child Development, Early Childhood Research and Practice, International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education, and Journal of Early Intervention

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