Please note: while we try to keep our guides as up-to-date as possible, the most current information on WSU Pullman Library operations and Services can be found at the links below:
The resources in this guide have been assembled to help students with research and writing encountered in Human Development courses. Peruse the pages of this guide to locate search tools, research and writing tips, and tutorials for common library tools.
Continuing for Fall Semester 2018!
The Libraries has continued to fund the Kanopy educational video streaming service, a service that offers thousands of documentaries, training films, and theatrical releases. Click https://wsu.kanopy.com to get started.
At the very top of the Kanopy homepage, notice the "subjects' pull-down list next to the orange "Kanopy" logo. If you choose "Education," the fourth choice from the top, you will see that it becomes divided into "teacher education development" and "education documentary." Kanopy content is ready for showing in a class, for using in a project, or for just plain viewing.
Please be aware that in our Patron Driven Acquisitions (PDA) model, the software does anonymously keep track of the productions of interest to the WSU audience so that Libraries automatically purchase viewing rights to the most-watched films. Certainly, if you decide to plan on showing a production in class regularly, please let me know so that we can work on the continued funding the production to ensure it will always be available for you.
SAGE Research Methods is the ultimate methods library with more than 1000 books, reference works, journal articles, and instructional videos by world-leading academics from across the social sciences, including the largest collection of qualitative methods books available online from any scholarly publisher. The site is designed to guide users to the content they need to learn a little or a lot about their method. Provides access to SAGE Research Methods Datasets, SAGE Research Methods Cases, and SAGE Research Methods Video as well. The LIbraries' purchased access to this database in Spring 2018. Here's a link directly to this resource: Sage Research Methods