The use of metrics to rank journals is a strongly contested practice. The journals listed here have been well regarded for their impact, however it is critical to note that good quality articles can appear across a wide range of peer reviewed journals and should be judged on their own merits.
Several of these titles are strongly U.S. in focus, others are more international.
Using RSS feeds is a way to bring together information from a number of different sources. Use RSS feeds for your journal alerts and to get updates from websites and blogs.
This symbol is normally used to let you know that an RSS feed is available.
A popular RSS feed reader is Feedly, although there are others available.
Every subject area will have its own answer to the question "where to publish education research?"
iFind is Swansea University Library’s search for print and online books, journal, articles, and more. You can set up iFind search alerts, which mean that you will be emailed regularly with any new results that meet your search criteria.
Zetoc is a database that provides access to the British Library’s Electronic Table of Contents (ETOC) of over 29,000 journals and more than 52 million article citations and conference papers. Zetoc Alert is a current awareness service that sends you email alerts matching the search criteria that you have provided whenever new data is loaded into the database. The searches may be for particular journals, for authors and for keywords from the titles of articles and papers. Watch this screencast for step-by-step instructions on creating Zetoc Alerts.
JournalTOCs is the biggest searchable collection of scholarly journal Tables of Contents (TOCs). It contains article details for over 19,500 journals directly collected from over 1115 publishers. JournalTOCs has taken special care to include all the highest rated journals in their fields, guaranteeing quality results. You can search it or use RSS feeds to keep up to date. The site allows you to go directly into articles where we have a subscription.