Human Services Resources
Many books on Human Services can be found in the HV section, below are some additional subject headings that will be useful for research in the human services.
Reference books are an excellent starting point for any research project. The Lakeland Library has a substantial number of titles in its collection to support the Human Services program @ LCC. Reference books are non-circulating items (they cannot be checked out) and are designed to be used to look for specific information rather than read cover to cover. Additionally, reference books contain bibliographic records that can lead to the discovery of further resources.
Most e-books can be access from on or off campus. Log in with your Lakeland ID number to view e-books remotely.
Research databases are a collection magazines, journals, newspapers, and books, many of which are available full-text. You can access this information from
on-campus or off-campus using your Lakeland ID. Below is a list of databases most useful for research in the human services.
The following databases are available from on or off-campus. To log in from off-campus view
the remote access tutorial (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOV6h-9sZBs&feature=youtu.be)
- SocINDEX provides indexing, abstracts, and full text for articles and
other publications in sociology.
- Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection provides abstracts and full
text on psychiatry and psychological topics.
- CINAHL Index, abstracts, and full text of the literature of nursing and allied health, including topics related to social work and human services.
- Academic Search Complete is a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary
Questions or comments, contact:
Emily Szymanski, Reference & Instruction Librarian