Welcome to the Library Guide for Occupational Therapy. This guide will provide you with resources related to classes in the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.
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In This Guide
- Find books about occupational therapy
- Find articles about occupational therapy
- Health & Medicine Related Websites
- Internet Sites for OT
- Professional Associations
- RSS feeds and online news resources
- Help with citations
- Evaluating websites
- Using library resources from home
- And more
5. Begin your search early; finding more sources than the minimum required is ok.
If you are required to use 3 sources, find 5 or 6 and pick the best 3.
4. Research is not a direct path and may use different search terms.
It's a process, not a fast food drive-thru.
3. Evaluate information to determine if it is both accurate and current.
The information superhighway is filled with false and outdated information. Because it is on the web does not make it true. There may be better sources.
2. Research takes off on the library's homepage.
The library's homepage has resources you need at your fingertips.
1. Ask a librarian.
We are the original search engine.
Chattahoochee Technical College
Paulding Campus Library
400 Nathan Dean Boulevard
Dallas, GA 30132