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OT 634: Research and Evidence in Clinical Practice: Home

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Past OT Theses

Looking to the past for inspiration? Check out the OT theses from years past! We've got them online in Sound Ideas dating back to 2010, and on the 3rd floor of the library going waaay back. You can search for an individual thesis by author or title in Primo Search, or browse the physical copies. They are located on the 3rd floor of the library, opposite the McCormick Room, and are organized by year and then alphabetically by author last name. 

 

OT Research @ Collins Library

Use this guide to get started with your research for OT634!

Plate from Sigismond Laskowski: Anatomie normale du corps humain, 1894, via Historical Anatomies on the Web

Subject Guide

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