The Library subscribes to around 35,000 journals, mostly online. (Only SSU students, faculty and staff may access these resources.)
You can use OneSearch to find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles by entering key terms and then limiting your search to that "Peer-reviewed Journals." However, you may also want to search databases individually, in order to limit the results you get to only academic journal articles. Searching by individual databases also allows you to use metadata (information about your article) in order to efficiently find more related items.
The top databases for Education research are:
You may want to look at a variety of databases. Here are some subject areas to explore:
Do you use Google Scholar? Make it more effective by linking it to the Library and gaining access to our subscriptions.
If you need an article that we don't have in print or online, you can use Interlibrary Loan (or ILL) to request a copy from another library. Articles will usually be delivered to you electronically, usually within 24 hours.