This guide provides a single location for accessing the UDC Library's resources in the area of speech and language pathology. Here you will find links to article databases, the library catalog, and reference materials.
This guide also provides links to related websites, statistical resources, and other information that might be of interest or use.
UDC belongs to the Washington Research Library Consortium (WRLC).
The nine member libraries share circulating materials with each other and have a common library catalog.
You can use the catalog to look for materials in all of the libraries' collections at one time, or you can limit your search to any one of the libraries.
The following UDC Library research guides are related to speech-language pathology and may provide additional useful information.
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We have created several Help Guides to help you navigate using library and information resources and tools. These guides are designed to walk you through finding what you need while offering tips, tricks, and other useful information.
You can see a full list of our subject guides in our Index of Research Guides.
If you want to browse the stacks for speech-language pathology books, you can find titles related to this topic in the call number sections below. If you need assistance finding a topic or a specific title, just ask a reference librarian for help.
BF - Psychology
QP - Physiology
R - Medicine (General)
RB - Pathology
RC - Internal Medicine
RF - Otorhinolaryngology
RJ - Pediatrics
RM - Therapeutics
When you search for articles, books, and other information, you need to use keywords. Below is a list of keywords or categories of keywords that could be used in the library databases. You can use this on their own or mix and match them to narrow your results.