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Welcome to the Human Development Guide
Welcome to the Human Development subject guide. This guide will connect you to a wide variety of information specific to Human Development, including monographs, key journals in the field, databases, and other useful resources. In the following tabs you will also find helpful tips and short instructional videos to help you effectively utilize library resources, organize information, evaluate resources, and to cite sources correctly.
As always, if you have questions, don't hesitate to ask a librarian. Find my contact information to the right, or ask a reference librarian via text, IM, email, in person, or over the phone.
How to use this guide
Starting a research project? Stuck at a certain point in your research? Need help integrating and citing sources? This guide will help you at any point in the research process.
- Have questions about library collections, finding books, requesting books from other libraries, course reserves or printing? The Using the Library tab has all the answers.
- The Research Process tab will give you suggestions for conducting library research effectively, including choosing a topic, gathering and evaluating resources. Spend a few minutes here before embarking on your research and save yourself hours down the line!
- Find Core Resources in this subject: including books, the best databases and journals in the field.
- Refer to the Citing tab for all your citation-related questions.
Why use library resources?
Why should you use library resources?