Communication is the essence of human life.
Article II, Section 1, USSAAC (United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication) Bylaws.
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 Research & Access Desk. The broad call numbers below are handy to use when you want to browse the library shelves.
Overall call number begins with an RC. The following are more specific subjects:
|Neurology and psychiatry||RC 321 – RC 571|
|Speech and language disorders||RC 423 – RC 429|
|Articulation disorders||RC 424.7|
|Aphasia||RC 425 – RC 425.7|
Overall call number begins with an RF. The following are more specific subjects:
|Deafness||RF 286 – RF 320|
|Voice disorders||RF 510 - RF 540|
Overall call number begins with an RJ. The following are more specific subjects:
|Aphasia, pediatric||RJ 496.A6|
|Speech disorders, pediatric (including articulation disorders)||RJ 496.S7|
|Stuttering, pediatric||RJ 496.S8|
Overall call number begins with an RT.
Every WTAMU student may print 1,500 copies for free per semester.
If researching from off campus, you may email articles to yourself, then print later.
You may also save an article to your computer, then email it to a particular printer on campus using Buff Print.
Also available: Reference Help