This research guide was created by your librarian in support of the Intro to Childhood Studies course. The resources on this guide are multi-disciplinary collections that can be used for the research projects assigned in this course.
If you have questions about this or other Childhood Studies courses, you can contact your librarian: Samantha Kannegiser, email@example.com .
You can navigate this guide using the menu tabs at the top of the page.
Searching Tips: Suggestions and tutorials for conducting research, specifically in RUL resources.
Find Scholarly/Peer-Reviewed Articles: Links to library databases for finding scholarly articles and directions for accessing full-text articles.
Find News Articles: Links to popular news and journalistic sources.
Find Background Info: Links to reference sources such as encyclopedias and bibliographies.
Find Data & Statistics: Links to library databases and web resources for data and statistics about childhood.
Writing & Citing: Helpful resources for writing your paper and managing your citations.
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