1.0 linear feet (1 records center box) moving image materials
Human Development, Consumer and Family Sciences offers programs in consumer affairs, early childhood education, family and consumer sciences education, an human development and family studies. The collection is composed mainly of books and films dealing with topics related to family and consumer sciences teacher education. Also included are plaques, brochures, and programs related to the Human Development, Consumer and Family Sciences Department.
Human Development, Consumer and Family Sciences offers four undergraduate programs and is housed in the department including: Consumer Affairs, Early Childhood Education, Family and Consumer Sciences Education and Human Development and Family Studies.
Minors in Consumer Affair, Gerontology, Leadership and Management on Nonprofit Organizations and Human Development and Family Studies are also offered through the department. A graduate program in Family and Consumer Sciences with specialization in Family Financial Planning or Child and Family Studies is also available for graduate studies. Within the Child and Family Studies specialization, studies may choose a concentration in either Human Development and Family Studies or Early Childhood Education.
Composed mainly of books given to instructors as complimentary copies. These books deal with topics related to family and consumer sciences teacher education. Also included in audio-visual material used in class instruction and VHS video cassettes. One of the video cassettes is of a slide presentation created by Arthur Amiotte. Also included are plaques, brochures and programs related to the Human Development, Consumer and Family Sciences Department.
SDSU Archives and Special Collections
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South Dakota State University Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, Brookings, South Dakota.
Copyright restrictions apply in different ways to different materials. Many of the documents and other historical materials in the Archives are in the public domain and may be reproduced and used in any way. There are other materials in the Archive carrying a copyright interest and must be used according to the provisions of Title 17 of the U.S. Code. The Archive issues a warning concerning copyright restrictions to every researcher who requests copies of documents. Although the copyright law is under constant redefinition in the courts, it is ultimately the responsibility of the researcher to properly use copyrighted material.
SDSU Archives and Special Collections, Hilton M. Briggs Library, "Department of Human Development, Consumer, and Family Sciences Records" (2018). University Archives. 54.