June 21, 2013

Access to ERIC Full Text - June 2013 Update




Access to ERIC Full Text

Issue 16 - June 2013




Access to full text in the ERIC Collection continues to increase as restricted PDFs are cleared and restored online on a weekly basis, and newly indexed full-text materials are added daily. As of May 30, 2013 nearly 71,400 PDFs were available online for download, including all releasable materials published from 2005-forward and peer-reviewed full-text materials. 

ERIC will continue to accept requests to restore access to older materials via the online form, and maintain the updated list of released documents. The Spotlight and alert areas on the ERIC home page at eric.ed.gov are kept up-to-date to keep you informed of the latest developments. 

New Topics Added to Collection Highlights
Visitors to ERIC’s Collection Highlights area can review the latest literature in 27 topics, including one recent addition to the website: Common Core Standards. Click the RSS icon 
() to view the most recently indexed titles and obtain the feed address for the reader of your choice.  Alternatively, selecting the Search icon () will retrieve all related records.

ERIC Top Search Terms
Curious about what others are searching for in ERIC? Here are the top 10 most frequently search terms entered into the ERIC website search engine during April 2013:
 
  1. Autism
  2. Bullying
  3. Mathematics
  4. Special education
  5. Motivation
  6. Classroom management
  7. Assessment
  8. Technology
  9. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  10. Inclusion
The term “autism” was searched 658 times on the ERIC website at eric.ed.gov in April, and “inclusion” was searched 309 times. ERIC does not have access to search term statistics from commercial vendors and other ERIC information providers.

Did You Know?
ERIC currently indexes grey literature content published by 1,057 selected centers, agencies, programs, associations, non-profit organizations, and initiatives. This is up from 1,030 beginning in January. To find out which sources are included in ERIC, see the recently updated Non-Journal Source List at: http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/journalList/nonJournalProvidersList.jsp.

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