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EDF 2085 Diversity for Educators: Home

Assistance with assignment to locate journal articles

PSC Login

PSC ebooks and databases are available to all currently enrolled students as well as PSC faculty and staff. 

Students use their student ID as the Borrower ID and the last four digits of the ID as the PIN.

Faculty and staff members use their PID as the Borrower ID and as the PIN.

Catalog and Database Search

Ask-a-Librarian

Education Databases

The following Library databases contain journals, magazines and scholarly articles focused on all aspects of education, from early childhood to higher education. These databases may look slightly different, but generally have the same features.

Finding an Education Article

Below is an example of searching in the Education Source database.

Since this is already an education database, you don't have to use that word in your search.  

Notice that the boxes are checked for Full Text articles. That way, the search results will only include

complete articles.

 

 

Look at the results below.  (Your search will reveal similar results.)  The entries below are examples.

It indicates the author and title of the article.   Select the Full Text or the PDF icon to view the entire article.

 

 

The illustration below shows some of the options that are available.  

This is from the list on the right side of the page.  You may print, email, or download the article to your flash drive.

Best of all, Cite provides you with an APA style Citation that can be cut and pasted into the research document.  

Here is a sample citation.

 

Polk State College is committed to equal access/equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment. For additional information, visit polk.edu/equity.