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Communication Disorders and Sciences

This research guide is for the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences. lt will help you find and use Oviatt Library resources as well as how to cite your sources.

Welcome!

This guide will give you tips on how to find books, articles, and journals,  and how to cite your sources

If you need help or additional l information or if you have suggestions to improve this subject guide, please do contact me.  I am eager to meet you either in person or by email!  You can arrange an appointment by email  mhenry@csun.edu  or call 818-677-3012..

Please be aware that  our catalog, articles, audiovisuals can be identified by using   OneSearch .  However, OneSearch does NOT offer you the full contents of databases such as CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health), so it is necessary to go directly into the EbscoHost database(s), as well as using One Search..

If you are looking for books, OneSearch Advanced search is a good starting point, but you can also use the  OneSearch box on the library homepage at http://library.csun.edu

Citation Managers - EndNote Online

Citation managers are software that keep track of your sources and will help format your citations in a variety of styles.

  • EndNote Web (currently called EndNote Basic , EndNote Online) - free to CSUN students, staff, and faculty; integrates with MS Word and several browsers (IE,Chrome, Firefox); can export references directly from many databases.   You can contact EndNote help desk, Monday-Friday, 6 am (Pacific time) - 5pm at 800-336-4474. The drawback  you need to have internet access,  Check and improve, if needed, your saved records and prepare your list of references before you start writing your paper.   (https://www.youtube.com/user/EndNoteTraining/videos

Overview

Find Articles using Databases

Document Reader