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Child and Youth Care

A guide to child and youth care resources in UVic Libraries


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Jessica Mussell
McPherson Library

How to use this guide

This guide is organized by content type (articles, books, etc.) to allow you to explore the various resources available to support you in your research. 

If you are new to UVic or the Child and Youth Care program, you may want to explore the Virtual Library Orientation modules below.  This is a series of short modules (10-15 min each), and a more interactive way to learn about UVic Libraries, how to search for information, and additional supports to help you through the research and writing process. 

Click on this image to view the welcome video
Click on this image to begin module 1: overview.
Click on this button to begin module 2: key suppor
Click on this button to begin mod 3: search tools
Click on this button to begin mod 4: search basics
Click on this image to begin mod 5: search booster

Did you know?...

"...first-year students’ academic achievement and retention: first-year students who used libraries in their first semester had higher grade point averages and retention when controlling for additional factors"

Soria, K. M. & Fransen, J. & Nackerud, S.(2013). Library use and undergraduate student outcomes: New evidence for students’ retention and academic success. portal: Libraries and the Academy 13(2), 147-164. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Retrieved August 22, 2014, from Project MUSE database.

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