Looking for RRL? Here’s how…

By: Mark Airon P. Creus

One of the challenges of the researcher in doing a research is looking for related literature and studies on the research topic that he is working on.

For some private schools, there are a lot of reference materials that students can be accessed in the library. Moreover, with the evolution of online resources, different colleges and universities subscribed to the different online databases like ebscohost, proquest, gale, and explora that students can be used provided that they will be given an access to those online databases.

On the other hand, the internet can give us vast online open sources where researchers can look for related literature and studies.

Here are the following online sources that you may visit:

Google Scholar
Link: www.scholar.google.com

Educational Resources Information Center
Link: www.eric.ed.gov

Directory of Open Access Journal
Link: www.doaj.org

Using Paperpile in Googledocs
Pdf: Click here. Video: Click here.

Academia
Link: www.academia.edu

ResearchGate
Link: www.researchgate.net

ScienceDirect
Link: www.sciencedirect.com

Academic Journals
Link: http://www.academicjournals.org/

Elsevier
Link: https://www.elsevier.com/en-xs

Taylor & Francis
Link: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/

Emerald
Link: https://www.emeraldinsight.com/

Pressreader
Link: https://www.pressreader.com/

Microsoft Academic
Link: https://academic.microsoft.com/

Wiley Online Library
Link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/

Philippine E-Journals
Link: https://ejournals.ph/

Philippine Studies
Link: http://www.philippinestudies.net

UP Diliman Journals
Link: https://upd.edu.ph/research/journals/

Humanities Diliman
Link: http://journals.upd.edu.ph/index.php/humanitiesdiliman

The ASEAN Journal of Education
Link: http://aje.research.dusit.ac.th/

Feel free to share by adding a comment here of the other sources that you are using in getting related literature and studies that can be added to the list. Thanks! Happy Researching!

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14 thoughts on “Looking for RRL? Here’s how…”

    1. Thank you very much ma’am Evelyn for visiting the page. Kindly share it also with your colleagues. God bless!

        1. Kindly search the different links I have here in the page where you can search literature or studies related to your research topic. thanks!

    1. I am not sure using dictionary app. But you can just go through the different links given in the page. Thanks!

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