This guide is here to assist students in both Occupational Therapy Programs:
Please feel free to make suggestions to improve this guide. Good Luck!
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Learn about different library resources.
There are a variety of resources available from the library homepage --- check the handouts tab --- steps to getting to different resources are provided.
OneSearch is the library search tool that helps find resources you need for assignments.
Watch the two short video tutorials to learn more.
The Library's OneSearch Box searches for resources the library subscribes to and a few government tools ---
The University Writing Center will assist with:
Use Academic Writer to learn the APA Style rules and write your papers if you choose.
The R.A. Williams Library has tools to assist with learning APA Style. Books on writing research papers are also available, check the library catalog using OneSearch.
RefWorks is a citation manager that places all your references in one place. It pulls in references from a variety of databases such PubMed, CINAHL, OneSearch, Google Scholar and many more tools.
Take a look a the RefWorks guide to watch short videos to learn more about this tool.
Research Skills Coach can help you get comfortable with learning about finding information and research. There are 8 key modules.