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Special Education Topics - Visual Impairment

Special Education Journals

When looking for research on topics in education, you can use articles from academic scholarly journals and practitioner journals. Both types of journals are useful. There are some differences: 

  • Academic journals publish articles which focus on research. These will often have a specific format (introduction, methods, results, and discussion) and a lengthy list of references. These articles are frequently peer-reviewed.
  • Practitioner journal articles are written to reach those working in the field and will have information on practical and engaging instructional methods or trends in the field. These articles will also have references but tend to be fewer. 

Need help finding articles for your research? Send an email to the Subject Librarian or or ask a librarian around the clock using our Ask Us 24/7 chat service.

If you need an article from a journal not available through the UND library, request it for free through our interlibrary loan service.

Below are some of the journals that publish on special education topics that UND subscribes to.

For assistance finding additional journals, send an email to the Subject Librarian or get assistance around the clock using the Ask Us 24/7 chat service.

If you need an article from a journal that we don't subscribe to, request it for free through our interlibrary loan service!