The Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) Librarian supports study, teaching, and research from the undergraduate through doctoral levels in HDFS. This guide starts with an overview of degrees HDFS offers and therefore our collections support. Non-academic selections on topic are also collected on a smaller scale for general interest.
Library resources will be provided on the practical aspects of these subjects for the entire university community and specialized materials for departmental scholarship and teaching. While concern for these fields is centered in the College of Human Sciences, library resources are of interest to the faculty and students in a number of other areas, most commonly business, education, kinesiology, sociology and psychology, and to a lesser extent architecture, art,horticulture, biology. Most any department (and topic) on campus could be potential collaborators with HDFS.