Education Index Retrospective: 1929-1983

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Education Index Retrospective: 1929-1983


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Education Index Retrospective provides a vast record of important education literature in a format easily searchable for your patrons, with indexing of more than 800 periodicals and yearbooks. Find information on societal trends affecting education--segregation, multiculturalism, feminism, economic developments, and more. Search seamlessly with Education Full Text and ERIC for coverage from 1929 to the present.

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* Accurate, detailed, cover-to-cover indexing of over 800 periodicals, many of them peer-reviewed.

* Includes the full text of Wilson Library Bulletin from 1914 to 1983, including PDF page images.

* Cites some 850,000 articles, including book reviews.

* Produced by an in-house staff of librarians and subject specialists, with consistent bibliographic standards and no gaps in coverage.

* Updated subject headings make finding information easy, using contemporary terms. Original subject headings are also retained, providing insight into the way issues of the day were framed.

* Contains the indexing from 33 printed cumulations. …

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