Research Resources for Alumni: Home

Welcome

This guide is intended to support your work in instructor Day Halsey's Spring 2009 semester section of HD320.

I'm the Applied Human Sciences Librarian and I work with Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) students and faculty in a number of HDFS courses. I am here to help you individually with any research or library questions that you may have during your time in this course.

CSU Libraries Information Desk


The Libraries' Information Desk is also an important resource for you.

Visit our Information Desk in person, or contact desk staff by phone at Ph.970.491.1841, for help during open hours.

I look forward to working with you!
Merinda

Welcome

As a CSU student, you benefited from access to a broad array of resources that are purchased and subscribed by the CSU Libraries to support the work of CSU students, faculty, and staff.

This guide suggests resources and library services to explore when you are no longer affiliated with CSU but still require resources to undertake research for professional practice or personal interest.

The guide is a work in progress: please check back periodically to explore new content and please suggest additions!

For assistance, please contact the Libraries' Information Desk. Visit our Information Desk in person, or contact desk staff by phone at Ph.970.491.1841, for help during open hours.

 

 

A view of the old library interior.
Image copyright CSU,
courtesy University Archive.

Assistance

Contact the
Libraries' Information Desk
Ph. 970.491.1841 / email 

information desk