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Human and Organizational Development Resources (HOD): Background Information for HOD Tracks

Reference Books

Reference books are specialized materials designed to produce information on a specific topic. They provide a good starting point when you are trying to define or locate a topic.


Why use reference books for HOD courses?

Starting an HOD research project can be a very unnerving process especially if you are working with an unfamiliar topic. Reference books are a wonderful place to get background information. These specialized sources can help you grasp your topic in more general terms and can assist you in  laying the foundation of your assignment.

 Please contact me if you would like to locate a reference source for your assignment.

Background Information for HOD Tracks

Community Research & Community Development

Handbook of Community Psychology  

        Peabody Reference RA 790.55 .H36 2000

Human Development Counseling

Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology & Behavioral Science

         Peabody Reference BF 31 .E52 2001

Health and Human Services

Encyclopedia of Health Services Research  

        Peabody Reference RA440.85 .E63 2009

Leadership and Organizational Development

Encyclopedia of Leadership 

       Peabody Reference HD 57.7 .E53 2004 

Public Policy

Handbook of Public Policy

        Peabody Reference H 97. H3582 2006

Subject Librarian for Human & Organizational Development

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