Here are some journals that may have content relevant for your project. Please note, this is not a comprehensive list!
Find additional journals in the catalogue, using these Library of Congress Subject Headings (try replacing the subject with another of interest in the search results page):
The ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center) database is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. It is the key resource for access to educational-related literature. It can also be searched on the EBSCO platform or at eric.ed.gov.
These can be searched to find pedagogical literature specific to a field.
These multidisciplinary databases can also be searched to take advantage of citation information:
Fill out the search plan below as the first stage in the research process:
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Use the CRAAP test to evaluate the relevance and quality of the information or evidence you have found.
Currency- how timely is the information? Does your topic require current information, or will older sources work as well?
Relevance- does the information answer your question and make sense in your context?
Authority- is the source of your information trustworthy? Do the author, journal, publisher or institution have appropriate credentials? Is the article peer reviewed?
Accuracy- is the content reliable, truthful, and correct? Is it evidence-based? Is there a list of references?
Purpose- what is the reason the information exists? Is there potential for bias? Are they selling something?