Aging & Gerontology: Home
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In This Guide
This guide is intended to steer you toward reliable resources for researching topics in aging and gerontology. Use the tabs above to navigate to the guide's pages.
- Reference Works - Find reference books and full-text online reference sources.
- Books & eBooks - Find books in the library and eBooks
- Articles & More - Find articles and other scholarly literature.
- Websites - Find tips on doing research on the web and evaluating websites.
- Statistics - Find links to statistical and data set sources.
- Citing Sources - Find out how to properly cite sources.
- Get Help - Find places to get help from librarians and the Library.
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This guide was developed by Melissa Anderson-Garcia, a San Jose State University Graduate Student intern in Fall, 2015.