CDU Library provides access to several high quality Educational Journals including:
Publishes evidence-based articles that impart new information and encourage critical exchange of ideas among early childhood practitioners, academics and students.
Aims to promote research and scholarship on the integration of technology in tertiary education, promote effective practice and inform policy.
Presents information and arguments that stimulate debate about educational activities to enhance environmental awareness, understanding and action among all Australians.
Provides balanced and in-depth investigations of literacy practices and theories in everyday settings to teachers.
Covers middle school teaching, education and middle school students.
Enhances the quality of teacher education through the publication of research reports, learned points of view and commentaries.
Aimed at teachers of mathematics in years 7 - 10. Presents ideas and experiences in the teaching of elementary mathematics and for the instruction of teachers in the trends and developments of mathematics education.
Articles and commentary on theory and practice for science education professionals.
Presents a variety of viewpoints aimed at leaders in elementary, middle and secondary education, those interested in curriulum, instruction and leadership in schools.
Journal that publishes original articles on all aspects of education that are informed by the idea of complexity.
Interdisciplinary forum for discussion and debate about the educatinal field's most vital issues.
Provides articles concerned with all aspects of educational philosophy.
Different sources are useful for different purposes. Sources such as blogs and Wikipedia can give you background information and further links but may not be acceptable as a reference to support your assignment. The video below outlines what is meant by scholarly or peer reviewed. If you need to verify that a journal is peer reviewed you can use Ulrich's Periodicals Directory.
The CRAAP test can help you evaluate sources of information. CRAAP stands for:
Watch the video below to learn more about using the CRAAP Test to evaluate sources of information.
Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia which often appears among the top results of any internet-based search. It can be a very useful tool to start your online research but your lecturers and teachers will not accept citations from Wikipedia in your assignments.
How to use Wikipedia
Why shouldn't you cite Wikipedia?