Guide to ERIC / About ERIC
WHAT IS ERIC?
ERIC (Education Resources Information Center) is an authoritative database of indexed and full text educational literature and resources. In addition, it provides an education-specific thesaurus that includes controlled vocabulary to help users find what they need.
Guide to ERIC / Searching
SEARCHING IN ERIC
Guide to ERIC / Viewing
OPENING AN ARTICLE
Click the article title
Click the article's title to view all the information about the article. This page will give you all the information you need to create the article's reference.
Click the Full Text link
You can click PDF Full Text, HTML Full Text, or Full Text from ERIC link (whichever is available or your preference).
Click the Check Online Availability link
You may see the Check Online Availability link as you search EBSCO databases. This means that OCLS has access to this article, but it is in a different database. Click the link to view the article. In some cases, you will immediately see the article, and other times you may need to select a volume and issue.
Guide to ERIC / Saving & Citing
SAVING, EMAILING, LINKING, AND CITING
EBSCO databases feature several options for saving, printing, emailing, and linking to items. The options are along the right side of the page and generally are labeled in clear ways.