Below you will find articles and databases specific to Education. As we progressively move to an online environment X̱wi7x̱wa is moving away from print and physical materials. For subject specific resources and lesson plans please refer to our K-12 guide and the related research guides to the left of this page.
Searching within databases can be more time consuming than using Summon, but there are advantages to this research strategy:
Each database may have their own way and limitations of searching within the database. Some may use "And," "Or," quotation marks and other search strategies listed on the books & media tab, but some may not. If you are not getting the results you expected within a database, make sure the search is worded the way the database works.
TIP: Searching databases with the keywords recommended in this research guide is a good starting strategy. However, be aware that some databases may use different terminology. When you find a relevant article, check the subject headings and article description for terminology that could be useful in a new keyword search.
Though these databases might not focus specifically on education, they can have useful articles for your research.