Presentation on theme: " ERC is a database that contains a huge collection of education journal articles. Full text journal articles covering all grade levels and many educational."— Presentation transcript:
Some journals you will find on E.R.C. are: Behavior Modification Christian Education Journal Journal of School Health Literacy Research & Instruction Personality & Individual Differences Journal of School Psychology Reclaiming Children & Youth Many journal articles found within E.R.C. will be full text articles.
There are two ways you can search within E.R.C. You can run a: Basic Search Advanced Search
First, type in the term you want to search for in the search box Next, select any limits and choose your search mode to help narrow your results Finally, click search Now you are free to view the results of your search
First click on the advanced search button under the search box Then type in the terms you wish to search in the search boxes given Then choose your search mode and set limits to narrow your search Finally, click the search button Now you are free to view the results of your search
A PDF is a photocopy of the original journal article. It retains all the pictures and graphs from the original article The add to folder option allows you to add this article to a folder within the database. This allows you to keep up with articles you have viewed. The HTML version of an article is a reproduction of the original journal article. It retains the information from the original, but not the images and graphs. When the mouse is moved over this symbol you can view important article information including the article abstract.
Now that you’ve found your article you can: Add the article to your folder E-mail the article to yourself Print the article Save the article
The wild card in this database is a question mark The wild card allows you to do a search for multiple words by placing a question mark in the search term. Example: Fe?t will return results on both Feet and Feat. Truncation in this database is represented by an asterisk. The Truncation symbol allows you to run a search on multiple words by placing an asterisk close to the end of the term. Example: Hors* will return results on Horse, Horses, and Horseshoe.
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