When doing research in Communication Disorders there are a variety of sources available to you. The first step is selecting a topic and figuring out what types of sources of information you will need to use for your research.
If you need peer reviewed articles, you will want to start with a database. If you need background information, a good starting point would be a subject encyclopedia.
If you need help figuring out where to begin you may always contact me.
NIDCD Fact Sheets
The following fact sheets are from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.
Electronic Reference Sources
Online encyclopedias are a good starting point for research.
Print Reference Sources
There are many print reference sources that are also good starting points for research. The following are shelved in the reference collection on the first floor of Library North.Encyclopedia of Education and Human Development. ( 3 vols.) Ref LB 15 E473 2005
Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development. ( 3 vols.) Ref HQ 767.84 E53 2008
Encyclopedia of Special Education : A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals. ( 3 vols.) Ref LC 4007 E53 2007
EDM: The Educator's Diagnostic Manual of Disabilities and Disorders. Ref LC 4019 P524 2007
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