International Literacy Association: ILA journals are written by experts—literacy educators, leaders, advocates, and researchers—who are passionate about literacy and the best in their fields. All of our titles—The Reading Teacher, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, andReading Research Quarterly—translate the latest literacy research into evidence-based strategies you can use in your classroom.Mathematics on the Web: A list of links to many math journals on the web. Many of these journals are free with full text articles. Some are not. You will just have to go in to find them.The History Cooperative: A pioneering nonprofit humanities resource offering top-level online history scholarship. Includes a browsing list of online journals.
Open Access Journals: Just like physicians, the best educators stay informed with the latest developments in their field. Luckily, it doesn’t take anything more than time to have access to quality journals for educators whether they teach at the pre K-12, college, or graduate level. The following open access journals provide top-notch scholarly information available at no cost. Most of these journals are published just once or a few times a year, so subscribe to several so you can keep up-to-date on the latest research coming out of the field of education.