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Instruction and Curriculum Leadership

Find Databases by Subject

Library databases are searchable sites that hold academic journals, periodicals, DVDs, conference proceedings, dissertations, and/or more!

Many articles in our databases have full text available within the database - that means you can read the entire article. If it's not available through linked or PDF full text, check Journal Titles and try to navigate to the volume, issue, and pages to see if full text is available. If full text is not available, you can use interlibrary loan to have the text sent from another library (for free!).

Education Databases at UofM

Interdisciplinary Databases

Theses + Dissertations

Online Resources for Curriculum and Instruction

Many high-quality education resources can be found online; many resources are also provided by private companies who may be advertising their services. Be careful to evaluate critically all your research materials. A small sample of resources you can find online: