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Answered By: Kim Read Last Updated: Dec 01, 2016 Views: 68
You can either use the default search bar on that page which combines a few databases, or choose an individual database from the list of education databases.
Then type in your keywords, which are the most important words in your topic or research question. Just include the main keywords, like “transformational leadership”, and not an entire sentence or research question.
The default search bar automatically filters to peer reviewed articles. To filter to peer reviewed in an individual database, you need to check the peer reviewed box. It looks like this:
If you’re searching for articles on leadership but not necessarily leadership in education, you may want to try other databases, like Academic Search Premier (covers many different subjects), or Business Source Premier.
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