Education specific online resources that are freely available to researchers in developing and emerging countries.
ERIC provides access to more than 1.3 million education-related bibliographic records. Within the ERIC collection are bibliographic records for: journal articles, books, research syntheses, conference papers, technical reports, policy papers and other education-related materials. You can choose to search the whole database to find bibliographic details and abstracts, or choose to limit the search for full-text access only. For material where full-text is not available in ERIC, links to the publishers' websites (where subscriptions may be required) are included.
Educause (formerly Cause/Effect) is a freely accessible practitioner's journal containing articles that relate to planning, developing, using, and evaluating information resources in higher education, covering aspects such as information systems development, user services, telecommunications and networking, database administration, and instructional technology development and co-ordination.
Maintained by the International Institute of Social History in the Netherlands, this is an extensive links collection of Web resources on women's history, including women's history institutions and organizations, libraries and archives, journals for women's studies, upcoming conferences, discussion lists, together with subject or region specific listings (e.g. African History, Asian History, Women Artists, Women in Media, Women in Medicine and Nursing, Women in Music, Women in Science and Engineering, Women Writers).