Gerontology is the scientific study of the elderly and of aging. The science of gerontology includes the medical and biological, the psychological and sociological and also the economic and philosophical aspects of aging. (See Wikipedia)
Fact Book on Aging Ref. HQ 1064 .U5V494
Resources in Gerontology may be found throughout the library: in the Reference Room, in the General and Oversize Collections, in the Serials/Microforms area and in Government Documents (see Building Guide).
Use the following sections of the Library of Congress Classes for Gerontology to browse the shelves for books and periodicals. (For a listing of what the initial letters of LC Classes stand for, see the Library of Congress Classification Outline).
Use the Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc) classification to locate items in the Government Documents Collection.
For search tips see Search Tips and Information About the OhioLINK Central Catalog.
Search: Databases, Indexes and Abstracts
Browse or search: the OhioLINK Electronic Journal Center
Listed below are a few Web sites that links to gerontology information. Additionally, you may wish to visit the library's Internet search page for other ways to search the World Wide Web. Remember, you can find anything on the Web--don't forget to evaluate what you find!