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What are some resources that offer lists of scholarly educational journals?

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The Educational Resource Information Clearinghouse, Association of College and Research Libraries, the Center for Online Learning, Research and Service at the University of Illinois, Springfield, OnlineCollege.org, and the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Kennesaw State University are resources with lists of scholarly, peer-reviewed journals in the education field, as of 2015. University libraries and databases also store lists of scholarly education journals, although many of these require university affiliation for access.

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ERIC is a government-funded resource that provides an alphabetical listing of U.S. scholarly journals in the education field, including journals such as “Action in Teacher Education” and “Voices in Urban Education.”

The Association of College and Research Libraries compiles lists of educational journals organized by subject and field with denotations for open access journals.

OnlineCollege.org lists only open access journals in education, including journals for online learning, special education, research methodologies in the educational field, public policy in education, and popular issues within the field.

The Center for Online Learning, Research and Service lists journals that concentrate on online learning, such as “The Journal of Interactive Online Learning” and “Journal of Educators Online.”

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning lists journals specifically for higher education research, including “Academy of Educational Leadership Journal” and “New Directions for Institutional Research.”

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