Welcome to the Environmental & Occupational Health guide! This guide is intended to help students find, evaluate and cite resources related to EOH topics. This guide will also cover search tips and strategies for refining your searches. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the subject specialist Jamie Johnson or Ask a Librarian!
Browsing: Books are arranged using the Library of Congress Classification system. Listed below are some important Environmental and Occupational Health classes and subclasses.
RA421-790 Public Health
RC963-969 Industrial medicine.
T55-55.3 Industrial safety
These books are located on the fourth floor of the library. Additional locations possible are the Reserve Room (Floor 4 East WIng), Stored(ASRS East), and the Reference Room. Floor 3 may also have occupational health legal material in Library of Congress classification KF.
Searching: Use OneSearch to find books on a topic. If you don't know a specific title, then start with a KEYWORD search. Make sure to use the limiters on the left hand side, Refine my Results by Resource Type - Books & eBooks.
The best way to find articles on a specific topic is to search in a database, most of which index thousands of articles in thousands of journals. Not all articles are available full-text online; some are in print only and some are not available from the Library except through Interlibrary Loan. To determine the availability of an article, most databases offer the FindText or Find It button.