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The purpose of this course research guide is to familiarize you with some of the resources in the University Library and on the World Wide Web useful for locating information on occupational therapy.
Please contact Inga Moten for any questions at (334) 229-1074 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For assistance while in the Library, visit the Health Sciences Desk on the 4th floor. That phone number is (334) 229-6827.
Sources in the Library's Health Sciences Reference Collection can be found in the shelving area behind the Health Sciences Desk. Browse the Health Sciences Reference for books starting with the call numbers below. The same call numbers correspond with materials in other collection in the Library.
Books, videos, and materials located in the Library can be found on HORNetCat, the Library's online catalog. Items may be searched by title, author, keyword and subject. Examples of three sources that can be found in the HORNetCat are:
The best method for finding articles from journals and newspapers is to use one of the Library's online article databases. The premier database for occupational therapy is Occupational Therapy Bibliographic System with OT Search.
If the text of an article is not available in the database you are searching,
first check for the magazine,
If you don't find it listed in Serials Solutions, check HORNetCat, the
Library's online catalog.
Additional databases that provide related information are listed. For a complete of list of databases that support the Health Sciences, click on Electronic Databases link from the Library's Home Page.
Our databases are now easily accessible off campus by clicking on the database name and typing in the information requested. If you need additional assistance with accessing the databases, contact Randy Curtis (334 229-6968) or Cedric Davis (334 229-6998).
Please take a few minutes to let us know what you think about this guide. Has it helped with your research? Do you have any suggestions for improving the guide? You may e-mail Inga Moten (email@example.com) or call her at (334) 229-1074 with your comments and suggestions.
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