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Occupational Therapy - Dallas

Occupational therapy research guide for TWU Dallas students, faculty and staff.

Databases & Resources

Accessing TWU's Journals

  • Go to
  • Click on the E-journals icon located directly underneath the search bar.
  • Look for relevant journals by entering in their title, a general subject such as occupational or physical therapy, or the topic you are investigating, e.g. stroke.

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Accessing TWU's E-book collection.

  • Go to
  • Type in the name of the e-book you are looking for; alternatively type in the subject you wish to find an e-book about.

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  • Press enter.
  • On the left hand side of your screen, you should see a list of 'refinements'. Click on e-books. Click on 'apply filters'.

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Gray Literature, put simply, is scholarly material that hasn't been published. For example, government documents such as white papers, student dissertations, or conference proceedings and minutes.

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Finding these studies can be difficult, but there are a few online resources that can be used to discover this type of unpublished research.