Providers/ Notes
Best Evidence Encyclopedia

Reading (K-12)
Math (K-12)
Science (elem)
Early Childhood
Technology (K-12)
The Best Evidence Encyclopedia is a free web site created by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Center for Data-Driven Reform in Education (CDDRE).It is intended to give educators and researchers fair and useful information about the strength of the evidence supporting a variety of programs available for students in grades K-12.
Created by Johns Hopkins University
CCL: Canadian Council on Learning

CCL’s focus is on three key areas:
Research and knowledge mobilization, monitoring progress on learning, exchange of knowledge about effective learning practices among learning stakeholders
To locate research, click on:
· Reports & Data
· About CCL
CCL: Canadian Council on Learning

Articles and research are peer reviewed.

CEA: Canadian Educational Association

Canadian research.
Click on the Research and Publications section to access articles. Look at:
· Education Canada (online magazine)
· Reports and Articles
· Policy Papers
Canadian Educational Association

(financially supported by Government of Canada)
Articles are not peer reviewed
Directory of Open Access Journals (Education)

This database provides a list of journals where articles related to education can be accessed.
Lund University

Use Ebscohost to search for articles, images, maps, and radio and tv transcripts on a variety of topics such as math, science, history, government, people, arts and music.
Access through Learn Alberta

Learn Alberta
Username: LA08

Contains articles that are peer reviewed (must click on this when searching)
Educational Leadership (online version)
Some Full text articles can be accessed through:
- Educational Leadership online
- E-publications
- International Journal
With a school subscription a password allows you to access all articles and book studies (myASCD link)
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development

Education literature and resources. Provides access to over 1.3 million records dating back to 1966.

Click on
· Advanced Search
· Select Full Text Availability
· You can select peer reviewed articles in your search
Produced by the United States Department of Education[46]. Also available by subscription from OCLC, CSA.

Some articles are peer reviewed.
Google Scholar
This specialized version of the widely used Google search engine searches academic journal articles. You may find, however, that articles that appear in the search results are not accessible to you unless you pay for them.

Contains articles that are peer reviewed.
Intute serves students, teachers, and researchers in UK further education and higher education, offering a selection of around 300,000 academic websites which have been hand-picked and described by subject specialists.
International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning

The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning (IEJLL) promotes the study and discussion of substantive leadership issues that are of current concern in educational communities
You must subscribe to be advised of new issues. This is free.
University of Calgary Press

Articles are peer reviewed.
International Online Journal of Science and Mathematics Education

Online journal that publishes articles related to science and mathematics education. (current articles dated 2001-2008)
National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education Development: University of the Philippines

Articles are peer reviewed.
Phi Delta Kappan
Kappan addresses issues related to K-12 education.
· Free full text articles are available in Kappan Magazine

Phi Delta Kappan

Articles are not peer reviewed.
Social Science Research Network
Contains abstracts database and an electronic paper collection, arranged by discipline.
Social Science Electronic Publishing

Articles are peer reviewed.
Stats Canada
Using the Advanced Search Function, click on Education, training and learning only
Government of Canada
The Reading Teacher
Although a subscription service, you will be able to access some full text articles online
International Reading Association

Articles are peer reviewed.
What Works Clearinghouse

Early Childhood
Student Behavior
English Language Learners
Dropout Prevention
Children and Youth with Disabilities
The What Works Clearinghouse is a free website created by the Institute of Education Sciences. It reviews high quality research on a variety of educational topics.
Institute of Education Sciences - What Works Clearinghouse

Articles and Ratings of Programs