The Library does not keep copies of testing instruments. However, we do have resources to help researchers to locate test descriptions and the contact information of test publishers. With this information, researchers can contact the publisher to learn the cost and availability of the tests, and how to obtain them.
Information about unpublished tests usually appears in journal articles. There are several ways to discover an unpublished measurement within the literature.
The following directories can help researchers to locate unpublished tests:
If you cannot find a test that suits your needs either in the sources for published tests or in the directories listed above, you may be able to locate a test of interest by searching within the scholarly literature by using the following databases.
For books about educational tests and measures, search DELCAT Discovery. the following searches reliably group test-related books together:
Subject headings are often best searched as phrases. To search for a phrase, enclose the phrase in quotation marks.
The following call numbers cover the areas of educational testing and measurement: