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Microform Collections: Education


Education

Description

ERIC documents are distributed by the Educational Resources Information Center. They include research studies, government and institutional reports, curriculum guides, speeches, proceedings, tests and measures, policy papers, and other non-periodical materials spanning the entire field of education. Many have not been published elsewhere, so they constitute a very useful resource for researchers in education, psychology, urban planning, library studies, and the social sciences in general.


Location

Most ERIC documents are available online. Check the ERIC Database or the publicallyavailable database at http://www.eric.ed.gov/. Nearly all ERIC documents are also available on microfiche at call number MicFiche LB5.U5. Check the library catalog for location. To request an ERIC Document, go to Delivery+


Access

Most ERIC document titles do not appear in the catalog, but all are indexed in the ERIC Database. Searching ERIC usually results in a mix of references to journal articles and ERIC documents, but you can specify either one by setting the Document Type option in Advanced Search mode.

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Librarian

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Donald Hartman
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