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Education Resources : Databases

Education Disability Studies

Best Databases for Education Research

Additional Databases covering Education

Dissertations and Theses

Citation Databases

To learn more about citation metrics view the guide created by Linda Galloway:

Citation Metrics Guide

How to Access American Educational Research Association (AERA) Papers

AERA Online Paper Repository is an open access clearinghouse, with abstracts, of all scientific presentations given at AERA annual meetings since 2010. 

How to Access to the Repository

If you are not an AERA member or have not previously registered, click here to register for free access.  Click on Activate or Create My Account.  Once you register, you will receive an email with login information that will allow you to use the repository through the Repository User Login.

You do NOT have to be a member to access the full text articles.

Research Repositories

Databases with an International Focus

Contact a Librarian

For assistance or to request an appointment, please email me.

Mary DeCarlo

email Mary mmdecarl@syr.edu

Google Scholar

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Google Scholar will link to our full text online articles even off-campus if you set up your Syracuse University affiliation in Google Scholar Settings.  Follow the steps below.

NOTE:  Setting up Google Scholar to link to our library holdings must be done when you are off-campus.

  1. Go to Google Scholar (scholar.google.com)
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Click on Library Links in the left column.
  4. Type Syracuse University in the Library Links search box.
  5. Select Syracuse University, Syracuse University Libraries – Gale Full Text, and Open WorldCat.
  6. Click Save.
  7. Full text links will be found in the right column of a search results page.  When no full-text link is given try clicking on the title and sometimes the full-text will be available.

SU Repository - SURFACE

Explore the SU Repository of Documents SURFACE

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Find the Full-text

If there is no full-text or PDF link for the article Use the SULinks  to take you to the full-text.

Also use SULinks for requesting your article via Interlibrary Loan for the fastest service.

Try finding the full-text article via Google, Google Scholar, or Summon if the SULinks fails.