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You can use our Discover search (on the Library home page) to do a general search for journal articles. However, Discover isn't Education-specific, so you may get lots of irrelevant hits from other subjects.
If you search our Education databases instead, you'll get results more focused on Education.
All our databases give you search results which include the full reference (citation) you need to track each article or item down. They usually also have abstracts (summaries) of the articles.
Our Education databases also give you full text access to most (not all) of the articles. It's possible to limit your database search results to only full text articles.
Where we don't have full text, you'll see a Full Text Finder option, which checks for you whether Brookes Library has an online version of the reference you have found, and provides a direct link to it if we do.
When you click on the button, the Full Text Finder Results menu will open, usually in a new browser window. If full text is available online, the results screen will offer one or more links to full text sources. Follow the link to get to the full text. If there are no full text options, you will be given a link to search the Brookes Library Catalogue to see if a print copy of the journal is available.
Remember that the Library Catalogue contains details of print journal titles, but does not contain details of individual journal articles (you need the databases for that).