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Forest Technology

Issues related to Forestry Safety

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American Psychological Association  (APA)

APA tutorials from the American Psychological Association. Includes information and tutorials for everyone from beginners to those wanting to see what has recently been updated.

Types of sources

There are several major types of information sources available in print and electronic form through the CLTCC Library.

  • Books  | can provide an indepth historical information about any topic. These include e-Books, Open Access Books, print books and Creative Commons e-books.
  • Reference Books | covers encyclopedias, atlases, and other resources that are referred to for specific information. Go to these for definitions, shorter explanations, historical and biographical sketches, background or overviews, and statistical data.
  • Articles journals, magazines, and newspapers (periodicals) are integral sources for current reviews, research, and criticism on recently published works.
  • Web Sites | The internet provides a vast array of good information from reputable organizations, professional associations, government entities, and scholars. Some sites are considered unreliable and unscholarly.