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Search tool maintained by the University of Queensland in Australia that searches multiple allied health databases at once including OTSeeker and PEDRO; Provides abstracts of articles with some links to where the full-text can be found
A commercial search engine that connects users with evidence-based resources from government and private databases; If your article is not available for free, library staff may be able to help you find it. See the "Getting Help" tab at the end of this guide for contact info.
Before you Google...
While the library's databases are the best source for full-text academic & news articles, the Internet is a great starting point for finding statistics, viewpoints, and the most current news stories. But, you need to make sure the information is reliable! Watch the video at the right & read the guidelines below for help figuring out if you should use it, or lose it.
Finding Credible Websites
Let's face it--there is a lot of information available on the Internet! How do you determine if it's GOOD information, especially if you want to use it for research? Infographic is courtesy of the IFLA.