When looking for articles on your topic, the best way to start is to search within article databases. The Library has access to dozens of databases, which in turn index thousands of periodicals. Many, but not all, contain the full-text of articles.
To find the appropriate databases, go to the Library website.
Once in a database, start with a KEYWORD search using words relevant to your topic. When you see an article that looks interesting, click on the title to see the complete citation. If there are SUBJECT TERMS or DESCRIPTORS, click on those that seem related to your topic to get other articles on the subject.
Core Resources for Finding Articles:
The following electronic resources are multidisciplinary and contain many articles relevant to the field of education and policy. For assistance in using these resources, or to find additional information, contact a Reference Librarian.