New York, New York, February 9, 2007
H.W. Wilson´s 100% full-text science periodicals database– Science Full Text Select–has just expanded coverage by 28 outstanding science education journals, the Company today announced. "The additions are expected to make the database even more valuable to schools," said Bernie Seiler, WilsonWeb Product Manager, "now with more journals that address the specific issues of teaching science and science specialties, as well as the gamut of resources to help students and educators in their science research."

The additions bring coverage on the database to more than 360 journals. Every full article from each is reflected in full text, and page images are viewable for graphical content.

New coverage for Science Full Text Select:

Advances in Physiology Education
Astronomy Education Review
Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching
Electronic Journal of Science Education
Journal of Biological Education
Journal of College Science Teaching
The Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching
The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing
Journal of Engineering Education (Washington, D.C.)
The Journal of Environmental Education
Journal of Information Technology Education
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education
Mathematics and Computer Education
Mathematics Educator
Mathematics in School
Mathematics Teacher
Mathematics Teaching
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School
Micromath
The Prevention Researcher
School Science and Mathematics
Science Activities
Science and Children
Science Scope
The Science Teacher
Teaching Children Mathematics
The UMAP Journal Yearbook (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

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