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Finding Information for Speech Pathology: HOME

A Library Guide to help with developing research projects in speech pathology (SPH516, SPH526, & SPH423)


Welcome to the Library's Research Skills Guide on Finding Information for Speech Pathology.

This guide was made by a Librarian from CSU Library, in collaboration with the subject coordinator for SPH516 and SPH423. It is designed to help with SPH516 Assessment Two - the Narrative Literature Review, but it will also be of interest to students in SPH423, for Assessment Item One - Advanced Topic Literature Review.

Actually, this guide can be used by any speech pathology students seeking scholarly information for research or study. 

The material in this library guide complements and builds on the material in the SPH511 Research Skills Guide.

You can work through this guide at your own pace, or dip into it as needed. You can use the navigation structure (tabs and boxes), or the Next Page and Previous Page links.

If you need further assistance, please contact the Library, as in the box at right. Or use the Ask a Librarian forum in the SPH516 or the SPH423 subject i2 site.

Wishing you all the best in your Speech Pathology studies ...

Tim Eggleston
Charles Sturt Client Services Librarian

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You can contact me directly for assistance - Tim Eggleston,


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