School Periodicals K-12: Home
Current Periodicals in the CML
Recent issues of journals are shelved on the east side of the CML.
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Q : Where can I find periodicals in the Curriculum Materials Library?
A: Shelved by title, not by call number. Check along the east and north walls. Bound journals of back issues border the K-12 textbook section. These include many types of periodicals:
- Magazines for children
- Journals for educators and school librarians:
- Trade journals
- Scholarly journals
- Peer-reviewed journals
- Book review journals
Q : How do I find ELECTRONIC PERIODICALS covering education?
A : CLICK HERE ... to connect to the Library's Periodicals Directory (also on the main Library webpage).
Q : What INDEXES do I use to find articles about EDUCATION?
A : Teacher Reference Center (EBSCO) - 280 of the most popular journals for teachers and school administrators
Professional Development Center (EBSCO) - 520 scholarly journals, including 350 peer-reviewed journals
ERIC (free edition or EBSCO) - covers preschool to adult education
General indexes e.g. Academic Search Premier and ProQuest
Q : How do I search a topic in CHILDREN'S MAGAZINES?
A : Primary Search (EBSCO) - for elementary age students
Middle School Search (EBSCO) - for intermediate grade students
MAS Ultra - School edition (EBSCO) - for high school age students
Children's Magazine Index (hard copies through 2010)
Q : How do I print out a copy of an article?
A : If there is a hardcopy/print copy, use the CML scanner. For electronic editions, check for a PRINT icon on the screen. Ask staff for help.