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Occupational Therapy: Reference Sources

Why Use?

Good places to gather background information on a topic or get ideas when choosing a topic.

Background information:

  • definitions
  • specific factual information such as dates
  • overviews or summaries of topics
  • recommendations for additional sources

Types of reference sources

  • specialized encyclopedias
  • dictionaries
  • directories
  • statistical compilations
  • handbooks
  • bibliographies

For More Help

Research Center Phone: 603-862-1544

Visit, email, chat, or schedule a consultation appointment with a subject librarian.

Selected Online Reference Sources

Selected Print Reference Sources

These are located on Dimond Main Level and represent just a sampling. For more reference resources, search the library catalog or contact the Research Center.

Statistical Resources