Library Research Guide
To get to databases, go to the Libraries’ home page and click on databases under the search box. Databases will find journal, magazine, and newspaper articles (and in some cases other materials like book chapters, dissertations, conference presentations, pamphlets, etc.)
Recommended databases for education research include:
Other useful databases for education research
PsycInfo: Search psychology topics. Provides many useful search limits and a thesaurus that allows you to search for synonyms and related terms, as well as a limit for type of research methodology.
SAGE Research Methods Online: A reference resource that will help you understand methods and create research projects.
And a few more to be aware of:
K-REx: K-State Research Exchange provides access to scholarly materials created by K-State faculty and students, including journal articles, conference papers, technical reports, white papers, electronic thesis/dissertation/reports (ETDR), and other digital resources.
Proquest Dissertations and Theses Full-Text: Find full-text copies of most dissertations written after 1996, and many earlier. If the full-text is not available, you may request it through Interlibrary Loan.
WorldCat: Information about books, serials, videos, and other items cataloged by OCLC member institutions including K-State. Contains more than 57 million records with bibliographic information and information regarding which libraries hold the item in question. If K-State does not own the item you need, use Get It to request it through Interlibrary Loan.
Use the Search It box on the Libraries' home page to find books and other materials owned by K-State Libraries.
WorldCat contains Information about books, serials, videos, and other items cataloged by libraries including K-State. It contains bibliographic information and information regarding which libraries hold the item in question. If K-State does not own the item you need, use Get It to request it through Interlibrary Loan.
Google Books has many books that allow full-text searching, and will often give you a preview of the contents of the book. If K-State does not own the item you need, you can fill out an Interlibrary Loan Request.