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The first step to a successful literature review is to search for scholarly sources that inform your understanding of your research topic. For scholarly work in education, the most relevant databases are:
This database contains citations to books, journal articles, research reports, and dissertations in education and some related fields.
Some items are available in full text format and some will require interlibrary loan requests.
Look for the "Request via interlibrary loan" link to borrow items from other libraries using interlibrary loan.
Depending on your topic, you might find the databases below to be helpful as well. You can find the full list of databases provided by the University Libraries on the Do Research web page. Click on Databases & Articles to see the list.