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Communication Disorders & Sciences Research Guide

Start, improve, or complete your research by working smarter! Take advantage of these guide pages and tips on conducting research, finding , evaluating and citing your sources.

  • Look for books on the scientific and medical aspects of communication disorders in the Q and R sections and on education aspects of communication disorders in the L sections of all the library's books (2nd floor for L's and 3rd floor for Q's and R's).
  • Journals are shelved alphabetically on the 3rd floor, or will be online and searchable in a full-text research database. Journal articles are good sources for current information. Many journals are devoted to a specific field of study, such as Brain and Language.

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