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Child Development: Journals, Magazines & More

This Child Development Guide identifies articles, government documents, agency websites, and other select resources to support your program.

Databases are subscription resources you have access to as a student at Seneca College. Here is a list of most relevant databases for students in the Child and Youth Development program.

Databases featured here support the program's multidisciplinary approach of your program.

When you need access to information with a Canadian focus, take a look at these resources. Please note that this list is not comprehensive. For an exhaustive list, refer to the Databases page

Subscription journals are resources you have access to throughout your academic journey at Seneca College. Here is a selective list of relevant journals for students in the Child and Youth Development program.

Open access journals are available to anyone without subscription or access fees. You will have access to these journals after graduating from Seneca College (provided the journal is still published). 

Open access journals vary in quality, so it is up to you to evaluate them prior to using them to support your work. 

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