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AJOT Articles

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American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT)

  • Online access is available through the Gale Academic OneFile database. 
  • Use the search tips below to learn how to find AJOT articles.
  • If you have questions, ask a librarian for help.

Limit Search Results to Articles from AJOT

  1. Click to open Gale Academic OneFile.
  2. Enter keywords or phrases in the search box. Example: handwriting AND intervention
  3. Click Search.
  4. Once you've gotten a list of articles, click Publication Title.
  5. If there are any articles from AJOT in the results list, you will be able to check the box beside AJOT. 

Gale Narrow Results by Publication Title

Browse AJOT Articles & Issues

Open the Gale Academic OneFile database.

Scroll down and under Search Tools, click Go to Publication Search.

Gale Publication Search

Type AJOT in the search box. Click Search.

There should be one result for AJOT: American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Click the link provided.

Gale Browse Publications

Use the options on the AJOT page to view individual issues by date, or use the Search Within Publication search box to enter keywords and limit to AJOT articles that mention the keywords you've entered. 

Gale AJOT Page Search Options

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Print copies from the current year are located in the Periodicals collection on the 2nd floor. Older issues are in storage.


Scholarly Article Databases

Use these medical databases to search for scholarly articles. If you are having trouble or have questions, ask a librarian for help.

Database Search Tips

Join keywords with AND: 

  • "occupational therapy" AND stroke
  • "motor skills" AND handwriting

Put quotation marks around phrases:

  • "occupational therapy"
  • "activities of daily living"

Try different words or phrases:

  • mobility OR walking OR ambulation

Get Articles from Other Libraries

article share iconIf PCC Library does not have a full-text article that you need, we can see if another library is able to provide it through our interlibrary loan (ILL) service. Just fill out the ILL form as completely as possible. Articles are typically e-mailed directly to you. 

Keep in mind...

  • Cost: FREE in most cases. If there is a charge we will contact you before making the request.
  • Allow 5-10 business days for processing and delivery.