Provides access to books, journals, and reference content including the Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences series (Little Green Books), the Qualitative Research Methods series (Little Blue Books), and case studies. Helps you create research projects, understand the methods behind them, and create and share lists.
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Provides citations, abstracts, and some full text to education literature such as journal articles, government reports, conference proceedings, project and program descriptions, curriculum guides, and bibliographies.
Vendor: Education Resources Information Center Coverage: 1961 - present Full Text: Partial
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