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Federal Government Resources: ERIC

Contains links to a wide variety of federal agencies, data, statistics, RSS feeds, videos, and more

What is ERIC?

ERIC consists of two files: the Resources in Education (RIE) file of ERIC document citations and the Current Index to Journals in Education (CIJE) file of journal article citations from over 1,100 journals. Both files provide abstracts. In addition, selected ERIC Digest records are available that feature the full-text of the original document. Also provides coverage of conferences, meetings, government documents, theses, dissertations, reports, audiovisual media, bibliographies, directories, books and monographs.  It is the premier resource for "gray" literature -- unpublished resources.

ERIC at Bethel College

The ERIC database can be accessed through EBSCOhost (on campus) or through the free online portal. Both of these methods provide access to the same information; however, each has a different layout and special features. The government portal is the simplest. EBSCOhost has (arguably) the best interface and most features. It is a matter of preference which you use, however.

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RSS feeds from ERIC

Any ERIC search done through EBSCOhost can become an RSS feed. Through RSS, you can be alerted to new content matching your criteria as it is added to ERIC.

To set up a custom RSS feed, run your search from either Basic or Advanced Search. On the search results page, click the RSS icon  located just above the first search result. The RSS client within your browser defines the available subscription options. Subscription options vary from browser to browser.

The RSS feed below is a search for material about common core standards.

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