This pathfinder will help you get started with your research on any Careers assignment you may have. ONLINE DATABASES Please note that these are password-protected sites, so you will need to log in. Please ask Mrs. Zammit for password information. AVA I L A B L E AT H O LY C R O S S GALE DATABASES: Once you click on any of the following links, scroll down the list to find and select the appropriate title, or others that match your career choice. Agriculture Collection — Contains over 200 titles that cover all aspects of the industry. Communications and Mass Media Collection — If you’re interested in marketing, advertising, public relations, literature and writing, check out this database of more than 100 journals. Criminal Justice Collection — Whether you are studying to pursue a career as a lawyer, law enforcement officer, paralegal, or Homeland Security, this database of over 150 journals can help. Culinary Arts Collection — Features over 150 major cooking and nutrition magazines, and includes access to recipes, reviews and industry information. Educator’s Reference Complete — Access hundreds of journals, reports and reference materials covering the field of education. Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Collection — Featuring content from over 500 industry journals, this database covers the historical and current state of the hospitality and tourism industry. Information Science and Library Issues Collection — Check out this database if you are interested in a career as a librarian, research specialist or information architect. Nursing and Allied Health Collection — This database covers all aspects of the profession, from direct patient care to health care administration, with over 400 titles. Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Collection — Explore content from over 100 titles covering the field of physical therapy and sports medicine. Small Business Collection — A great resource for people interested in entrepreneurship. Vocations and Careers Collection — Includes content from over 400 journals. View general career guides and articles from highly-specialized industry journals. Also try searching more general databases that cover a wide range of subjects: Academic OneFile Expanded Academic ASAP General OneFile Scroll down to the next page for more resources. AVAILABLE AT HOLY CROSS ONLINE DATABASES Please note that these are password-protected sites, so you will need to log in. Please ask Mrs. Zammit for password information. EBSCOhost RESEARCH DATABASES: Once you click on any of the following links, scroll down the list to find and select the appropriate title. Canadian Reference Centre — is the largest collection of full-text regional Canadian and international content. Useful for any research on Canada or to keep up with current events in Canada. Contains articles from leading Canadian magazines, newspapers, newswires and reference books including Canadian Global Almanac, Canadian Oxford Dictionary, Gage Canadian Thesaurus and more. OTHER RESOURCES AT HCC LIBRARY Don’t forget that your school library catalogue is filled with great print resources! Click here to access the HCC/SDCI catalogue ON THE WEB... Career Cruising — Use this tool to help you determine which careers best match your skills and interests. eBooks – Google books — to be used with caution as most of these books are NOT full text. National Occupational Classification 2011 — From Human Resources and Skills Development Canada AT YOUR PUBLIC LIBRARIES MIDDLESEX COUNTY LIBRARIES You can have a free library card by simply asking for one at your local branch! The Middlesex County Library Web Site also offers you tons of online resources that you can access anywhere, anytime—as long as you have a valid library card. Click on the link at right to access the Middlesex County Online Catalogue LONDON PUBLIC LIBRARY You need a London Public Library card to access the databases listed below. You can get a FREE LPL card by simply showing your Middlesex County Public Library card. Click on the link at right to access the London Public Library Catalogue ONLINE DATABASES AT LPL To access any of the databases below, you will need to log in using your LPL card number. Click on the links to access the main Research page. Then click on Information Databases and select the Browse by Name tab to search the list of database titles. Biography in Context—Explore biographical information on more than 528,000 individuals, and content that ranges from magazine and newspaper articles to videos and images. Gale Virtual Reference Library — Access this resource to read e-books on the subject of law. Books available are: World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems, 2007 and the Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice.
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