This guide is designed as a jumping-off point for your research in the department of Human Development & Family Studies. It covers key resources, both in print and electronic, but is not comprehensive. Remember that research queries in the area of human development & family studies are often interdisciplinary, so be sure to check for library resources in other areas like art, education, ethnic studies, gender studies, health, history, law, psychology, etc.---depending on your topic of inquiry.
For help locating and using library resources and services please use the Ask A Librarian service or contact the subject specialist librarian Carin Graves (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For help with technical issues (e.g. problems with library e-resources such as login issues, error messages, etc.) contact the Distance Learning Services 24/7 Support Line at 1-800-500-1554.
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