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CECS 5610: Analysis of Research in Educational Technology: Journals

Tips When Searching for Articles

Begin by going to the Databases tab on the library homepage and choosing a database by clicking on the drop-down arrow next to Select a Database. See the Recommended Learning Technologies Databases box on this page for suggestions.

If you find that the article you are looking for is not available online, don't be too concerned. Not everything is available electronically. With the title, issue number, year, and page numbers in hand, check out the UNT Library Catalog. Do a journal title search and check to see if our library holds a print copy. If not, you can put in a request from another library using our Interlibrary Loan ILLiad system.

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Recommended List of Journals

Need more journals? Here's a list of journals recommended by your faculty!

What is Peer Review?

A peer reviewed article is an article that has been subjected to a process of critical evaluation by experts on the subject to determine the quality, relevance and appropriateness of an article before it is published. This ensures that the articles published in a journal represent the best scholarship in that field.

If you are not sure if a journal is peer reviewed, you can turn to Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory.

 
The Referee Shirt icon indicates the journal is refereed or peer reviewed.

 

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