The library complements print resources with multimedia to enrich your studies. A sampling of titles is provided below. Materials located at either campus may be requested via interlibrary loan (may take a day or two). Primo, the library catalog, provides access to all titles.
This program follows the social development of two young children, Max and Ellie, from the ages of two to five. Examples of multiple attachment, language development, imitation and identification, cooperative play, self-awareness, gender identification, and social conformity are captured on film and clearly identified with onscreen labels as the children broaden their awareness of the world through interactions with each other, family members, and peers. (29 minutes)
This video focuses on conditions, factors, and reasons linked to the fact that many noncustodial fathers gradually drop out of their children’s lives. The program also looks at the detrimental effects of the father's absence on children, and potentially on society as a whole. The typical role of the stepfather is also examined. (23 minutes)