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  • Education Research Complete (Ebsco)
    The world's largest and most complete collection of full text education journals, covering all areas of education.
  • ERIC (Ebsco)
    http://eric.ed.gov/
    Citations and abstracts for 1000+ education and education-related journals, plus lesson plans, reports, and other types of documents. For more advanced search features, RSS feed, sharing tools and more, check out ERIC's Education Resources Information Center.
  • ProQuest Education Journals
    The database covers not only the literature on primary, secondary, and higher education but also special education, home schooling, adult education, and hundreds of related topics.
 

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Kids Search: You or your students can search the dictionary, encyclopedia, images OR browse by subject for resources. This EBSCO powered database is easy to navigate and very kid friendly with lots of graphics and animations.

Searchasaurus: is a An animated, dinosaur-themed search interface designed for the very young researcher. Searchasaurus actually contains the same content as Primary Search (above). The difference is that the interface of this database is dinosaur-themed and designed for the very young researcher.

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