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Occupational Therapy: Finding Resources


Why Reference Books?

Reference sources can provide you with valuable information such as:

  • Background Information
  • Important Figures
  • Dates, places and people
  • Definitions and key terms
  • Lists of additional sources (articles, books, etc)

They are an excellent way to begin your research. 



We suggest trying these databases first:

For a full list of available OT databases go here.