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Key EWU Databases for Communication Disorders Research

Listed below are links to databases that EWU Libraries provide access to.  From off-campus, these databases are limited to EWU students, faculty, and staff.  Non-EWU folks can access these resources at computer workstations located in the Riverpoint Campus Library. 

Note also that any of the databases listed below as "EBSCO" share a common interface and can be searched concurrently.  Just select a link to an EBSCO database, click on the "Choose Databases" link above the search boxes, and select the databases you wish to simultaneously search.

Mouse over each link for more information about individual databases.

Key WSU Databases for Communication Disorders Research

Listed below are links to databases that WSU Libraries provide access to.  From off-campus, these databases are limited to WSU students, faculty, and staff.  Non-WSU folks can access these resources at computer workstations located in the Riverpoint Campus Library. 

Note also that some of the databases listed below as "EBSCO" can be searched concurrently.  Just select a link to CINAHL below, click on "Choose Databases" above the search boxes, and select the databases you wish to simultaneously search.  Similarly, databases labeled "ProQuest" can also be searched concurrently under that interface.  Look for the Databases dropdown menu at the upper left corner of the main search page.

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