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Evidence-Based Teaching

A library guide to support students enrolled in evidence-based teaching courses.

 Which database should you use?

Which database should you use? Explore a selection of the available databases according to function.

Options for finding more databases.

  1. Are you looking for a database which focuses on a specific area of teaching e.g. Humanities Education?
    Explore the full list of library guides for educationour learning area guides contain subject focussed database lists.
  2. Find more titles by searching or browsing the A-Z ejournals and databases list

Core education databases (try these first)


The Education Library team has developed a core list of databases for locating journal articles and other sources for educational topics. 

Multidisciplinary Search Tools


These databases and platforms are useful if your topic is interdisciplinary (e.g. program evaluation, applied positive psychology, arts education, etc.).

Cited reference searching


Citation tracking allows you to examine research trails and determine the number of times an article has been cited in other papers. It can also reveal connections between authors and other patterns of publication.

Tools for specific information needs


Streamed videos and media

These databases have a specialist focus or provide access to a particular format of information, such as streamed media. 


Comparative education data


Research resources

Including resources for research design, methods, proposals, project management.