Answered By: Lindy Brown Last Updated: Nov 18, 2017 Views: 25
I'm sorry, we do not have access to either of these websites/databases. However, Oregon State University Libraries offer access to ERIC: guides.library.oregonstate.edu/az.php?a=e. Anyone living in Oregon may use the computers at Oregon State University Libraries in Corvallis to access their databases (you may only access them from home if you are a staff member or student) for up to 3 hours daily.
We do have access to a few different journals on the subject of education in Gale PowerSearch, a subscription database that can be accessed from home with a library card via the library's website on the Databases A to Z page. If you don't have a library card with us, you can stop by and access it for free in-house via one of our research computers on the 2nd floor. Examples of journals with full-text articles that can be found in Gale PowerSearch are The Chronicle of Higher Education, Issues in Teacher Education, Teacher Education Quarterly, Education Technology News, and more.