Welcome to the School of Education and Human Development's library dashboard. The dashboard provides quick links to the resources you need to succeed in your course. Whether you are online or on-Grounds, UVA Library services and support are available to all students.
Your EHD librarian is Ashley Hosbach.
Each school at UVA is assigned a research librarian. Connect with Ashley for help with your assignments. This service is available to all EHD students, and meeting with a librarian early in your research process can help you save time and get a better grade.
Ashley can help with: learning how to use the Library online, brainstorming your research topic, developing your search strategy, capstone/thesis/dissertation planning, identifying relevant databases/journals for your literature reviews, tracking down resources, and citation management. Ashley can meet with you in-person or online via Zoom.
Sign up for Library orientations, workshops, and events with our online calendar. UVA Library programming is offered in-person and online.
Academic databases contain peer-reviewed articles, scientific papers, reports, and more. These are the most used databases for Education research.
ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education. ERIC is built by educators for educators.
Google Scholar is a free academic search engine that can be thought of as the academic version of Google. It searches repositories of publishers, universities or scholarly websites. Sync with UVA Library to access the PDFs.
PsycINFO , from the American Psychological Association, contains over 3 million citations and summaries of scholarly journal articles, book chapters, books, and dissertations.
For most courses in EHD our preferred citation style is American Psychological Association (APA): 7th Edition. APA Style is used by writers in many disciplines around the world for concise, powerful, and persuasive scholarly communication.