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Communication is the essence of human life.

Article II, Section 1, USSAAC (United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication) Bylaws.


Browse for Books and Videos - Cornette Library

Books and videos in the Cornette Library are arranged by topic using the Library of Congress Classification system.  There are 21 basic areas  You may check out any books in the Loan Shelves or any videos on display near the Circulation Desk.  The broad call numbers below are handy to use when you want to browse the library shelves.

HV 2350 – HV 3003:  Protection, assistance and relief - deaf

LB 1101 – LB 1139: Education – child study

QP 306:  Voice and speech – larynx

RC:  Internal medicine - practice of medicine

RC 321 – RC 571:  Neurology and psychiatry

RC 423 – RC 429:  Speech and language disorders

RC 424:  Stuttering

RC 424.7:  Articulation disorders

RC 425 – RC 425.7:  Aphasia

RF: Otorhinolaryngology (ear, nose, throat)

RF 286 – RF 320:  Deafness

RF 510 – RF 540:  Voice disorders

RJ: Pediatrics

RJ 496 .A6:  Aphasia, pediatric

RJ 496 .S7:  Speech disorders, pediatric

RJ 496 .S8:  Stuttering, pediatric

RT:  Nursing


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