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EDSE 620: Behavior of Individuals with Autism

This guide contains resources on behavior of individuals with autism as relates to education

Schedule an Appointment with your Subject Librarian

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If you need additional research support or if you are faculty who wants to collaborate, book a meeting with Christopher Lowder, Education Librarian, directly using the scheduler button.

Schedule Appointment With Christopher

Even if Christopher is not marked as available through my scheduler, please email him at, and he can find a time to meet with you. All appointments require at least 24 hours notice. He can also answer questions over email. Please include the following in your email:

  • Preferred Date/Time
  • Preferred meeting type
    • Face-to-Face
    • Zoom
  • Specifics of what you need help with (ex: class assignment description or skill you want to learn)

If you need help with using Zoom, please review the Zoom Guide to Getting Started in Meetings.

Are you new to George Mason or returning to school and need a refresher? Schedule an online appointment with Denise Klasen-Lopez (Reference, Research and Instruction Specialist).

How Do I....

Use the following PDF to find step by step instructions to access resources and services in the library including:

  • Look for a known article by article title
  • To check if a library books is available
  • request a book/article from another GM campus, from Storage, the WRLC, or Interlibrary Loan
  • find out if a journal is available electronically
  • To access the databases via the Database link
  • check if a journal is peer-reviewed,
  • find the DOI of an article, when not listed
  • Download an EBSCO e-Book
  • Use Boolean to conduct more effective searches
  • Find Journal acceptance rates

Mason Online Community

Research Services 

Mason Libraries offers live and on-demand instruction to assist online learners with their research. 

Accessing Library Materials 

As a student enrolled in a designated online or hybrid course, you can access a wide variety of digital resources and have physical library materials sent directly to you!  

Tip: When using Mason Search on the Mason Libraries homepage from off-campus, be sure to sign in to your My Mason Library Account to search the full range of available content.