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Speech Language Pathology: Find Articles

SLP students, faculty and staff can use this guide to find and learn to use ISU library resources.

Searching for Articles

Writing a paper? Preparing a speech?  Getting ready for a presentation?  You need research articles!  Look through the resources listed on this page for the best places to find articles related to your subject. 

If you get stuck or need assistance, contact a librarian.  We are here to help!

Core Resources

Some of the most used databases for SLP research are included below.  Be aware that speech language pathology can cover many different fields (medicine, linguistics, education, psychology), so searching several sources is a good bet.  You can start with a general search in Google Scholar, or you can search in ALL the Ebsco databases at once. 

Related Resources

Help! Where is the entire article?

Journals by Title

Did you find an article you'd like read, but don't know if the library owns the journal?  Enter the journal title below to find the full text.

Search for Online Journals




Is This Journal Peer-Reviewed?

Enter the journal title into the Ulrich's database and look to see if the word 'refereed' appears, or you see an icon of referee's uniform.  These both mean that the journal IS peer-reviewed.

Interlibrary Loan

Can't find the full text?  Don't despair!  You can request the article from another library using our ILLiad interlibrary loan system. 

Request Training

Are you an instructor? Would like a librarian to teach your class to use these resources?  We are happy to help!  Visit the library Instructional Services page to learn more. 

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