Use the catalogs below to locate print and audio-visual materials.
These books are in the reference collection on the first floor of the Library.
Look for journal articles on your topic in C.O.D.'s article databases (online indexes that also contain some full text articles). You must have a valid College of DuPage library card to access the electronic indexes and databases from off-campus.
Have more questions about how to find journal, magazine or newspaper articles? Look at C.O.D. Library's Research Help frequently asked questions and answers page!
The following sites are a good starting place to find Occupational Therapy information on the Internet.
Health Science Courses often require APA citation style but you may be asked to use MLA style (clarify with your instructors what style is required for each research project).
C.O.D. Library's Citing Sources Page (APA and MLA examples for print and electronic resources as well as additional citation resources)
APA Style.org: Electronic References Remember that online sources, such as articles from databases and web sites, will require some extra steps in order to properly cite them!
Using APA Format from OWL--the Purdue Online Writing Lab (includes examples of parenthetical citation)
Debra Kakuk, Reference Librarian
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