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Illinois Tech Library Guides

Psychology

Use this guide to find resources in industrial/organizational psychology, rehabilitation psychology, and clinical psychology, plus course-specific information.

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Course-specific library instruction:

If you are a professor in psychology and would like to schedule a library instruction session for your course, please contact me at ajakubas@iit.edu or 312-567-3373.  Classes can be held in the Library Learning Center (an interactive room with 18 computer workstations), your classroom, or a larger computer lab on campus.  

Examples of sessions:

  • Finding peer-reviewed empirical studies
  • Locating research across multiple databases for a presentation
  • Introduction to Galvin Library and its resources
  • Evaluating information for accuracy, reliability, and quality

Sessions can cover one class period or more depending on the depth of instruction you would like your students to receive.  Please contact me at least two weeks before the session to reserve space.

Library-related assignments:

Do you have an assignment that requires the students to use the library?  Let me know so we can prepare our librarians and student assistants to help your students with questions.  Do you want to make a library assignment?  I can assist you in constructing an assignment that will incorporate your subject material into library research.

Course-specific guides:

Would you like your course to have its own library research guide on this website?  Please contact me to discuss the creation and content of the guide.