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Communication Disorders Research Guide: Home

Guide to Communication Disorders research.

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This online guide is developed specifically for those doing research in Communication Disorders and provides a recommended list of resources which includes print materials, electronic databases, and selected Internet resources.

The guide lists resources that deal primarily with communication disorders and related topics and material.

Because this subject can involve other disciplines such as education, psychology, biology and neurology, you may need to consult resources in those fields also.

For more extensive research help, contact Paris Webb at 696-3511.

Evaluating Sources

Evaluating sources is always part of research. Click the links below for some brief guidelines on evaluating sources of information.

Popular vs. Scholarly

Source Evaluation

Annotated Bibliographies

What are annotated bibliographies?  How do they differ from regular bibliographies and abstracts?  What is the purpose behind them?  For more information click on the following link:  Annotated Bibliographies

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