Electronic Journals and Newsletters
What is an E-Journal?
Electronic Journals (or E-Journals) are versions of print journals that are available online
or periodicals distributed through the internet. While there are a number of commercial
journals that require subscriptions, those listed below are free.
- Adolescent &
School Health Update is a monthly newsletter that hopes to be "an informative
and interesting update on adolescent and school health issues." It is published
by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO).
- Child Trends's The Child Indicator
newsletter has the goal of communicating "the major developments within each
sector of the child and youth indicators field to the larger community of
interested users, researchers, and data developers on a regular basis." Articles
cover "projects and programs using child and youth indicators at the national,
state, and community levels, with occasional reports on international projects."
ERIC The ERIC database is the world's largest source of education information. The database contains more than 1 million abstracts of education-related documents and journal articles.
- Northwest Education Magazine published
quarterly by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory on issues related to
- Prevention & Treatment
"is a peer-reviewed electronic journal sponsored by the American Psychological Association."
The journal publishes research on prevention and the outcomes of "psychotherapy and social and
environmental interventions, biologically oriented therapy, and the combination of such
interventions. In addition, Prevention & Treatment publishes integrative reviews of the
literature relevant to therapy, prevention, and the underlying personality processes as
relate to interventions.
- SEDLETTER: Southwest
Educational Development Laboratory News "covers issues of teaching, learning,
and policy as they affect K-12 education in the South and Southwest" (U.S.).
- The SRCD Newsletter, published quarterly by
the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), "publishes announcements,
articles, and ads that may be of interest" to professionals in child development and
School Mental Health Project-UCLA
Center for Mental Health in Schools
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