[lg policy] bibliog. resource: BIE/DL 5300 Language Policy and Research

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Wed Feb 3 15:25:50 UTC 2010

BIE/DL 5300 Language Policy and Research
This guide is focused on dual-language immersion programs.
Last update: Jan 26th, 2010 URL: http://doherty.libguides.com/biedl5300

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This guide is designed for researchers whose focus is dual-language
immersion programs, or two-way instruction of languages. For sources
and advice in other fields of education research, see this list of
education research guides at UST.

 Dual Language Immersion Research: Key Sources
Remember to check Doherty Library's A to Z list of journal holdings to
see if the full text of an article is available at Doherty. If it is
not, you can use Interlibrary Loan to borrow the text from another

ERIC, the Education Resource Information Center, contains more than
1,300,000 records and links to more than 317,000 full-text documents
dating back to 1966.

Academic Search Complete
Academic Search Complete offers full text of more than 6,100
peer-reviewed journals in all academic areas, and indexing and
abstracts for more than 11,200 journals and other publications.

NCELA Resource Collection
The National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition offers
full text and citations of many articles dealing with this field of
education, including immersion programs.

JSTOR offers searchable full text of over 1000 journals in humanities,
socials sciences and sciences, with coverage from the first issue
until one or more years before the present.

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