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(EBSCO) Provides access to scholarly research and information relating to education, including all levels of education from early childhood to higher education, education specialties, curriculum instruction, administration, policy and funding.
(ProQuest) Part of ProQuest Central. Education Database gives users access to more than 760 top-of-the-line educational publications, 600 of them full-text. Coverage covers primary, secondary, and higher education publications, as well as special education, home schooling, and adult education. Many titles are indexed in the ERIC database.
(Gale) Content focuses on educational principles, child development and psychology, and best practices in education. Technologies, developments, instruction and coaching breakthroughs are also covered.
(ProQuest / American Psychological Association) Full text of over a hundred journals in behavioural science and related fields such as education, nursing, business, and neuroscience, from the American Psychological Association, Canadian Psychological Association, and Hogrefe Publishing Group.
(ProQuest) Part of ProQuest Central. Psychology Database offers over 540 full text publications. Many titles are indexed in PsycINFO. Coverage covers the topics of social, industrial, experimental, evolutionary, cognitive, clinical, and situational psychology, as well as personality, psychobiology, and psychometrics.
(Emerald) Over 400 online journals covering all academic disciplines: business, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Note that we do not subscribe to all content on the Emerald platform, only e-journals. After running a search, immediately check "Only content I have access to" to retrieve that content.
(ProQuest) Part of ProQuest Central. Provides access to information from leading nursing and nursing related publications, as well as videos from Alexander Street Press' "Nursing Education in Video" series.
(Elsevier) Provides users with access to a wide range of journal articles and full-text e-books in Health and Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering, Computers and Technology, and the Social and Behavioural Sciences.
(Taylor and Francis) Access to three large collections from T&F: Social Science and Humanities Library, with over 1470 journals, Science and Technology Library, with over 530, and Medical Library, with over 200 titles.
(Wiley) Full-text journals in the humanities, social sciences, and the pure and applied sciences. Only those results with the words "Full Access", "Open Access", or "Free Access" next to them are content to which we have access. If there is no such icon in the search results, it means that content is not available. Unfortunately, there is no way to limit a search to our subscribed content only.
When you need access to information with a Canadian focus, take a look at these resources. Please note that this list is not comprehensive. For an exhaustive list, refer to the Databases page.
(ProQuest) Part of ProQuest Central. Canadian Newsstream provides access to more than 190 full-text Canadian newspapers from Canada's leading publishers, including the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. This full-text database includes electronic compilations from most newspapers, providing access to articles, columns, editorials, and special publications from each. Some compilations date from the late 70s.
Subscription journals are resources you have access to throughout your academic journey at Seneca College. Here is a selective list of relevant journals for students in the Child and Youth Development program.
Online access. An important journal for researchers, educators, and clinical practitioners, as well as graduate students and others with a professional interest in the development of children and youth and a mission to improve teaching, training, and treatment effectiveness.
Learning Disabilities Research & Practice (LDRP) publishes articles addressing the nature and characteristics of children and adults with learning disabilities, program development, assessment practices, and instruction.
The journal provides the latest research for child psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, psychiatric social workers, specialists in early childhood education, educational psychologists, special education teachers, and other researchers.
The journal holds a broad editorial emphasis, ranging from the publication of contributions from traditional fields such as early childhood education and education (including programming, curriculum, classroom practice, or child well-being) to fields such as children’s geographies, anthropology of childhood, childhood studies, sociology of childhood, and children’s rights amongst others.
The journal features the best social science research about children and youth into information that is useful to policymakers, practitioners, grant-makers, advocates, the media, and students of public policy.