As you search in the database, you can select certain options, known as limiters, to make your search results fit with your research needs or the instructions in your assignment. Often, professors provide guidelines on the type of publication or when the article was published.
You can set your limits at the beginning of the search, on the Advanced Search screen, or you can apply the limiters to your Search Results.
ERIC records will have an ERIC Number or Accession Number. These numbers indicate wether the record is from an academic journal (EJ) or another type of publication (ED) such as papers, dissertations, guides, books, etc.
In eric.ed.gov, the search results include an ERIC Number.
In ERIC(at EBSCOHost) this number is called an Accession Number.
The EBSCOhost databases have several features to help manage your research results.
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