COT library team issue new advice on how to locate a specific journal article
A new information sheet from the COT library team has been issued to help members locate specific journal articles.
Where to locate a journal article is intended to provide a starting point on how to practically use journal references.
Advice is offered for members in a range of work and study settings.
42 core ebooks made available for BAOT members
In response to requests from BAOT members, COT has just purchased a collection of 42 core ebook titles on occupational therapy and related subjects for exclusive member use. This initial collection is worth around £3,500.
31 extra ejournal titles available to members until January 2013
Indian and South African journal online access now available to BAOT members
New member resources from past literature searches
One of the benefits of joining BAOT is access to our library and librarians, who can carry out literature searches into topics on your behalf.
Updated journal list for members
Do you need to access journal articles for work or study? See what is available to BAOT members via our A-Z journal holdings list.
The available journals Include:
Keep up to date with the latest research: new service launched for BAOT members
BAOT members now have access, through the COT library document supply service, to over 260,000 journal titles available in the national collection of journals held in the British Library.
Members can request photocopies of articles, including those published outside OT specific journals, helping you keep up to date with the latest research
Increase in COT Library service costs
The cost of some COT Library services to members have increased in November 2011. The increases take account of increased postage costs and administrative overheads.
As far possible these increases have been made in line with service charges made by other professional bodies. The changes are as follows:
Five new e-journals available to BAOT members
Five new e-journals have been made available for BAOT members by the College's Library and Information Service in collaboration with Emerald Group Publishing Ltd and EBSCO Information Services.
Access is for a 1 year trial period running to October 2012. A trial period will allow the library to assess use and review future access options.