Educational Psychology 6030: Identifying Journals

Overview of the fundamentals of research design in education and social science. The purposes of research, the scientific method, experimental-quantitative and nonexperimental-qualitative methods, and implementation of investigations.

Finding Journals in the Marriott Library

To access the following journals, go to the Marriott Library Catalog, Usearch. Type the journal name in the search box. Once you identify the journal, notice that some journals have only online access (View Resource) while some journals have online access as well as print volumes (look at Location). Be sure to look at both the online subscription as well as the print option to get a comprehensive view of the available volumes.

 Use the Library Catalog to identify additional scholarly (print or online) journals by following this process:

  1. Type in the name of the journal in the search box.
  2. Once identified as being in the library, check to see if the journal volume is available online. Click on the View Resource. Note: Not all online journals include every volume that has been published.
  3. If the journal volume is not available online, click the Location & Requests icon.
  4. Identify the volume and click on "You must be logged in to request. " Log on with your UNID and Password to make an ARC request.

You will notice that some library resources are located in the Automated Retrieval Center. For here for more information about using the ARC (Automated Retrieval Center).


Selected Journals in Educational Psychology

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