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Communication Disorders and Deafness: Find Books

This guide features resources for research in speech-language pathology, audiology, and speech-language-hearing sciences and disorders.

Search Resources

Type your search terms into the "search resources" box on the Nancy Thompson Learning Commons home page to access WorldCat Discovery. WorldCat Discovery is the gateway to the print library books, e-books, government documents, videos, and even some articles. Although Kean's holdings will come up first in the search, you will also learn about library holdings worldwide. 

In order to check out print books from the Main Collection, please bring your Kean Photo ID to the Circulation Desk. 

Search the E-book Databases

While e-books are accessible through WorldCat Discovery, another option is to search directly in the e-book databases listed below. 

Working from off campus? If so, you will need to log in with your Kean Google username and password.

Recommended Reading

The following books are recommended for Communication Disorders and Deafness research.  Books with the designation "Electronic Resource" are e-books, which are accessible by clicking the hyperlinked title.

Find Books in Other Libraries

Have you searched WorldCat Discovery, and find you need more books on your topic?  Access other library catalogs through the links below.  If you identify books that look interesting, either request them by interlibrary loan or borrow them in person from other New Jersey academic libraries.

Request Books from Other Libraries through Interlibrary Loan

 

Books or journal articles not owned by the Nancy Thompson Learning Commons may be requested from other libraries through interlibrary loan. Patrons will be notified by e-mail when books are ready to be picked up at the Circulation Desk. Books will be due back to the Learning Commons by the specified due date. Copies of articles and book chapters will be emailed to the patron. Select the appropriate form from the page linked below, then complete and submit the form online.

Borrow Books in Person from Other New Jersey Academic Libraries

Click the link below for information about the program, access to the application form, and links to the VALE member library catalogs.

Subject Guide

Ask a Librarian

Listed below are options available for you to contact a reference librarian and ask for help with your research.