A special thanks to Fondren Fellows program for their support.
This guide is a collaborative effort by Madison Prause, 2021/2022 Fondren Fellow and Anna Xiong (Fondren Fellow mentor), Government Information Coordinator, Kelley Center, Fondren Library.
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ERIC (Education Resource Information Center), a freely available online library of education research and information sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences of the U.S. Department of Education.
ERIC contains over 1.4 million citations for journal articles, a majority of which are peer-reviewed books, research papers, literature reviews, and bibliographies, Conference papers, technical reports, policy papers, government documents, dissertations, and theses, audiovisual media directories for syllabi, and lesson plans and other materials in the field of education.
Material is gathered from individual contributors and scholarly organizations, professional associations, research centers, policy organizations, university presses, the US Department of Education, other federal agencies, and state and local agencies.
Approximately one-quarter of the complete ERIC collection is available in full text, with coverage dating to 1966.
Over 50 Years of ERIC (1964-2022)
What is the history of ERIC?
ERIC was founded on May 15, 1964. Learn more about the history of ERIC from the 50 Years of ERIC (1964-2014).
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