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Guide to teaching and education resources in the library and on the web

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Below is a quick outline for accessing Education Resources (please click on any of the blue tabs above for more detailed information and explanations).

Search databases for scholarly (academic or peer-reviewed) articles or news sources.

To make sure you have access to all full text articles that Brandon University has paid for through journal subscriptions, Log on through the Brandon University website and select the John E. Robbins Library. You'll be asked to log in to authenticate that you are a BU student.


Education Databases

  • ERIC (from EBSCO)
  • ERIC (available freely online)

         Click on the blue 'ERIC Help' tab above for an explanation of the difference between the two ways of accessing the ERIC database.  

General Databases

Topic Databases that Include Some Education Information

Full list of databases for education.

If you're writing a paper or giving a formal presentation, don't forget to cite your sources! For education assignments, APA is one of the most frequently-used formats.

Reference and Electronic Resources Librarian

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Rainer Schira


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Marian Ramage
Government Documents Office - upstairs in the North Stacks of the Library