Keywords to use to find information about a profession include; career, job, skills, education, training, and employment.
Scholarly articles are:
in-depth | written by experts | validated with technical language, abstracts, literature reviews, methodologies, tables, graphs, and conclusions | reviewed by experts | given a bibliography
Popular articles are:
brief overviews of topics | written by journalists | easily read by most people | illustrated with colorful photographs or pictures | reviewed by editors | not given a bibliography
The database login screen looks like this.
Your Borrower ID is your student ID.
Your PIN is your 4-digit birthdate (MMDD).
Students, choose a database below to find health related articles.
Find the Testing & Education Reference Center database under the Reference subject heading in the list of databases by subject. Type in Career Assessment in the search box. Here you will find a career assessment you can take to match your personality to compatible job skills. You must register as a user to use the resources, but registration is free. Access many more resources by exploring the links.
Try these online databases to find health related peer-reviewed articles about your topic. Remember to choose FULL TEXT. Click the Health and Medicine subject to display the databases listed below.