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Z 5813 R4 AUTHOR INDEX
ERIC. Washington: ERIC Document Reproduction Service, 1966+.
The Educational Resources Information Center (formerly the Educational Research Information Center) began in 1966 collecting "education-related reports" which had not been published, and listing them in Research in Education, currently Resources in Education (discussed below). The Library has a complete set of the fiche.
Filed by ED number, the Center's accession number.
ERIC [computer file], by Silver Platter Information Inc. located in the CD-ROM area includes records from 1966 onward. It provides abstracts as well as author, title, subject (identifier), and institution indexs. CD-ROM
Resources in Education: RIE / Educational Resources, vol. 10, no. 1 (Jan. 1975)-, Washington: U.S. Dept. of Education. National Institute of Education, 1966+. (1966-1974 was entitled Research in Education). : is the monthly abstracting journal, with semi-annual cumulations, and includes separate subject, author, and institutional indexes. Hard Copy
Resources in Education: RIE. [Annual Cumulation.], by Educational Resources Information Center, Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, 1980+ , is a cumulative index including author, title, institution, and identifier (subject) indexes. Hard Copy
ERIC RIE Author Index, 1969+
ERIC RIE Title Index, 1969+
ERIC RIE Subject Index, 1969+
Index Major Descriptors and Major Identifiers.
ERIC RIE Institution Index, 1969+
Indexes organization responsible for a document and/or the agency sponsoring it.
ERIC RIE Descriptor Report, 1969+
Index documents by descriptors. A Major Descriptor, indicated by an asterik, covers the main focus of a document and Minor Descriptors cover the less important aspects of a document and non-subject feature such as methodology, form, or educational level. Only document number appear after the indexed term. Microfiche
ERIC RIE Identifier Report, 1966+
Indexes documents by identifiers. Identifiers include subject fields not found in the ERIC Thesaurus. The terms may be key words or identifiable concepts not yet represented by approved Descriptors. Terms also include proper names, such as geographic locations, personal names, test or program names, or specific legislation.
Education -- Research
Education -- Abstracts
Education -- Experimental Methods