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Internet Sites:

* Education Journals Database
This annotated database is designed to provide K-12 professional staff and teacher education faculty with a searchable database of English language print and electronic journals focused on K-12 education and professional staff preparation.

* EdResearch Online
A subset of the Australian Education Index, EdResearch Online is a database of 12,853 online education research documents and articles.

* Electronic Journals in the Field of Education
This site includes links to the full text of scholarly, peer-reviewed electronic journals organized by the Communication of Research SIG, a special interest group of the American Educational Research Association.

* Full Text Education Journals Online
A brief description of, and links to, over 50 education journals with at least some full text articles online. Compiled by Lesley College of Education.

* Electronic Journal Resource Directory
Contains links to electronic journal indexes, electronic journal publishers, a list of libraries with electronic journal databases, a list of electronic journal vendors services, more.

* Electronic Journal Miner
Provides title and subject organization of electronic serial publications on the Internet.

* Electronic Journals from the Digital Library and Archives
A project of University Libraries, Virginia Tech.

* American Journalism Review (AJR) Magazines
Includes links to magazine web sites organized by subject.


Search for online articles from 350 magazines and journals dating back to 1998. Publications are listed alphabetically or by subject.

* Magportal
Links to journal articles on the web. Article listings are arranged by category and are keyword searchable.

Discussion Groups:

* NewJour
NewJour is the place to announce your own (or to forward information about others')  newly planned, newly issued, or revised ELECTRONIC NETWORKED journal or newsletter.  It is also the place to announce availability of paper journals and newsletters as they become available on -- move into -- electronic networks.
To subscribe, address an e-mail message to:
In the message body:  subscribe newjour Your First and Last Name

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