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SLHS S307 Cognitive and Communicative Aspects of Aging

Neuro-Health Sciences Librarian

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Amy Minix

Library Research Center @ Health Sciences Building

Pop-In Hours
Librarians are available to chat and answer questions you may have in the Health Sciences Building. Our office is in room 1030 (near the large classroom, 1001) and we will be staffing the office Tuesday-Thursday 11 am-3 pm during the spring 2023 semester. You can also email me ( anytime with questions and I'll respond as soon as I'm able to!
Getting Materials Delivered
You can have books delivered from any of the campus and university libraries through IUCAT; simply select Blmgtn--Health Sciences Building as your pick up location. Book deliveries come every Wednesday and you can return any IU materials via the book drop outside of the office.


This guide serves as a reference tool for locating resources and information related to cognitive and communicative aspects of aging. It also provides quick access to additional information, such as building a search, understanding different types of research studies, and citing your sources.

Meet Your Librarian

Who am I?

  • Liaison librarian for Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences, Nursing, Optometry, and Psychological & Brain Sciences
  • Former graduate student at IU


What I can help with:

IU Libraries and your subject librarian can provide a number of services to support your learning and research. These services include but certainly are not limited to the following:


How to reach me:

  • Zoom: Schedule an appointment using the button located underneath my picture or feel free to email me directly
  • Email:
  • Phone (812) 855-8136
  • Offices: Health Sciences Building (C1030), Sciences Library (Chemistry Building C002) and Psychology Building (220A)