EBSCOHost: Publishers

There are a number of ways you can find out where articles on teaching mathematics have been published. One way is to look in a database. In this example we’ll use EBSCOHost’s Academic Search Premiere.

First go to the Library’s Research Databases page. Select Academic Search Premiere. Type in DE “MATHEMATICS — Study & teaching” or just plain mathematics study & teaching in the first search box.

Mathematics Study and TeachingYour result list shows 11, 868 articles. But we are interested in publications so, scroll down to Publications on the left-hand side, and note the top six most popular publishers of articles on teaching mathematics.

Publications

Next click on Show More and you’ll see a full list of journals in Academic Search Premiere database where articles on teaching mathematics have been published.

List-of-Publications

The number inside the brackets, in the image above, identifies how many articles in a particular journal have been cataloged with the subject heading  mathematics study & teaching.

I am a reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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