Welcome to the HDFS 585 and HDFS 590 Class Guide. This guide is designed to help you navigate various aspects of scholarly research. Regardless of your job after graduation, these skills will help you become a more efficient critical thinker and researcher in the real world.
If this guide does not have the information and/or guidance you are looking for, do not hesitate to Ask A Librarian for help at any time during the Libraries' Union help desk service hours.
Library Resources during the suspension of in-person classes
Librarians and staff are available by email or chat to answer research questions or to provide help with using online resources. For general questions, use our Ask A Librarian service, or email me (email@example.com) for help.
Interlibrary Loan will continue to process requests for articles and book chapters for electronic delivery, however, some requests may be delayed if the libraries that hold those items are closed. Requests for physical materials will not be processed.
Hale Library is currently in a phased opening plan. For more information, see Continuation of Libraries Services
Navigating this Course Guide
The materials on this guide are divided into these categories:
Overview of the research process
What are scholarly and peer reviewed articles
What's available to you before graduation
What's available to you after graduation
Using material ethically and citing
Use the tabs at the left of the screen to navigate through this guide.