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* Education: Education & Counseling

Finding Journal Articles using Databases

Top databases for Education, Psychology and Linguistics 

Education Policy, Law, and Economics Databases, including grey literature

For more research on policy from a Political Science lens, try this research guide specificall for Policy research: https://libguides.lib.rochester.edu/PSCI/policy 

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Counseling Databases

See also: Psychology Research Guide: https://libguides.lib.rochester.edu/psyc

Interdisciplinary databases

Archives of Education Research

Education Data

Looking for more data?

Searching the Open Web (not databases/library)

The open web provides a plethora of resources for finding data.  Try using Google Advanced searching or Google Dataset Search.  

Tips for Advanced Google searching include:

  • Include search terms like data or table 
  • Google ignores the word AND as a search operator. But, typing OR in all caps will find similar or related terms (e.g. women OR females OR girls).
  • Search for a particular document type (e.g. childhood obesity filetype:xls)
  • Search for data on a particular site or domain (e.g. childhood obesity site:.gov)
  • Exclude words by using the "-" sign in front of the word you wish to exclude

Education Organization Access through UR

Searching Articles, Books & More

Searching Education Full Text Database

Education Librarian

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Research Flowchart - Strategies for Educational Research

Study Skills Help

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning is a resource available to all Warner students. An academic success coach meets one on one with students who need support with note-taking, reading for discussion, academic socialization, time management, organization and more.To make an appointment with an academic success coach, call (585) 275-9049, email them at cetl@rochester.edu or stop by their office in Dewey Hall, 1-154.

 In addition to one-on-one coaching, the center offers Study Skills Workshops for small groups. Some common workshops include: Managing Your Academic Life and How to Manage Academic Projects. Request a workshop by completing the Study Skills Workshop Request Form