Here is a list of SOME of the databases to which we have access and which might be of use to you. To access these databases through the Libraries' Homepage, use the Articles & Databases Tab and search "Databases by Name".
In addition to looking at the major Education & Psychology databases, ERIC, Education Research Complete & APA PsycInfo, consider your other options. Remember that you can search multiple databases simultaneously within database "families" (EBSCO & ProQuest).
When you're in the EBSCO Databases, click on the "choose databases" link by the search box for access to many more databases. We have ebooks for the k-12 crowd and you can access them from the list, Just click and say "okay" and you're on your way.
Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database (CLCD) is the most comprehensive source for PreK-12 and young adult reading materials. A useful way to find children's books dealing with their mental health issues & questions.
We are also fortunate to have access to Education Database (ProQuest), and two education-orientened newspapers, Education Week (daily) and The Chronicle of Higher Education. You should consider making reading Education Week part of your daily routine. The most recent month of the Chronicle is not available online.
Education Database (ProQuest). Gives users access to over 900 top educational publications, including more than 600 of the titles in full text. The coverage spans the literature on primary, secondary and higher education as well as special education, home schooling and adult education, from 1988 to the present.
Databases in the EBSCO "family" can be searched simultaneously by clicking on the "choose databases" link above the search box. Select the additional databases you need and click "ok" to search more than one database at a time. When you do this, leave the search option "Select a field" as it is, rather than trying to identify multiple subjects.
ProQuest also has a "family" and the same tips apply to searching there.
Some search tips: The "select a field" option looks at the title, abstract, subject headings & full-text if available. It's a broad kind of search.