Welcome to the Education Resources LibGuide! This guide has been put together by the librarians of the HJF Library to help students in Morningside's education programs find the resources they need to succeed in their classes. The library has plethora of resources available to all students, including education students, but they are located in various physical locations and online. It is our goal that this guide will offer our students one single central location to come find the resources they need to complete their education programs.
If you need assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us. We have a chat available to the right in the red "Ask Us" box. You can email the creator of this guide to the left. If you have a quick general question, trying using the FAQ; we provided a box right below us to give you quick access to the answers you need.
The following databases are those the library recommends for general research. Some may be reference databases such as Encyclopedia Britannica or Oxford English Dictionary. Others are more general databases containing thousands of articles regarding hundreds of subjects, including education. Please let a librarian know if you need assistance in finding the right database for your research.
Need to find more databases? Try our A to Z list of databases!
The HJF Library subscribes to a number of databases that focus specifically on education. In addition, we also subscribe to a number of psychology databases that often contain significant amounts of articles and resources on teaching and education. Please contact a librarian if you need assistance in using any of these databases or selecting which database would be best for your needs.
The following databases are those that are often used in K-12 schools. If you are looking to get the experience that your students would in a classroom for lesson plans or other assignments, check out these.