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Teaching & Learning in Higher Education: Resources for Faculty

Periodicals in the SCC Library collection

 

Below are featured a handful of periodicals and serials from the SCC Library's print and online collections.

There are also 1000s of journals and other periodicals available in library databases and free indexes like ERIC.

Searching periodicals can be complex. Don't hesitate to ask librarians for help at any time.

 

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TETYC


"How can I read the full-text of TETYC articles?"

1. Borrow PRINT from TLC

The library subscribes to the print edition of TETYC which you can borrow from the SCC Teaching and Learning Center. (Issues date from circa 2016.)


2. NCTE WEBSITE (limited access) 

The Table of Contents for each issue and some full-text articles are available for free on the publisher's website. (Issues date from 1996-present.)


3. SCC LIBRARY DATABASES (full access)  

Full access to TETYC articles is available in ProQuest's eLibrary database, through the SCC Library:

New Directions

cover art of New Directions serials

The New Directions series are published quarterly and are available through the SCC Library.

  • PRINT  The Library has a current subscription to New Directions for Community Colleges (Call number 378.1543).
  • ONLINE The titles below are available full-text (with a 1-year delay) in the library database Academic Search Complete.

Searching

SEARCHING for articles on a particular topic may be most efficiently done using the library database Academic Search Complete.

BROWSING may be easiest using the Wiley websites below to identify a desired title:


          New Directions for Community Colleges (Current PRINT issues in library)

  New Directions for Teaching & Learning

  New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education

  New Directions for Child & Adolescent Development

  New Directions for Higher Education

  New Directions for Institutional Research

  New Directions for Student Leadership

  New Directions for Student Services

  New Directions for Youth Development

FULL-TEXT NOTE: If you find an citation with no full-text attached,request the article from an SCC librarian. We'll obtain it for you through interlibrary loan.