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FSHD 323 - Infancy and Child Development (Spring 2020)

This is a guide designed for FSHD 323. It will help you with your course assignments and introduce you to library tools and resources that developmental scientists need for research.

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Getting started

Welcome to the FSHD 323 library research course guide. Scroll down this page or use the tabs on the left side of the screen to find sections on:

  • Finding articles
  • Browsing magazines (popular press)
  • Exploring infant & child development websites
  • Citing your sources
  • Learning more with tutorials
  • Getting help

Finding articles

Browsing magazines (popular press)

Citing your sources

Learning more with tutorials

Getting help

For quick questions about the University Libraries, use the Libraries' Ask Us services (including chat/IM, text messaging, in person, phone, or FAQs).

For in-depth consultations in using library resources or services, contact Jeanne Pfander (Liaison to the Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences).

For questions about FSHD 323 or the course assignments, please contact your professor.