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Career Ebooks--Searching for Ebooks

Rod Library provides 100s of ebooks about occupations, occupational decision making, cover letter writing, resume writing, and more.  To identify books available electronically through Rod Library, access the Rod Library webpagehttps://library.uni.edu/

  • Under Search Library Resources… click on Advanced Search, then Books/Media.
  • Enter your search term, for example, resumes -- employment
  • You will retrieve a listing of books available in physical or in electronic form. To identify those in ebook form, when you have a listing of books, look to the right for the Refine My Results column. Select Availability -- Full Text Online
  • If you wish to see the most recent books first, you could Refine My Search and Sort by Date--newest. Click on the Online access link to see the book.

For guidance in searching for books on specific occupations, job hunting, or other aspects of the career search, see the Identifying Books tab of this  Career Collection Guide.  Additional e-resources, such as the online Occupational Outlook Handbook, are described in the  Career Collection  Guide as well.

Online Journals

Equal Opportunity Magazine: Promoting Diversity & Inclusion in Business, Employment & Education
Career Collection Reference   LC 3701 E98  (most recent 2 years)
Online through OneSearch

A career-guidance and recruitment magazine striving to empower African-American, Hispanic, Native-American, and Asian-American, and other college students and professionals to advance in their job search and/or current workplace environment. Articles about careers, job trends and statistics, U.S. government agencies, and individuals in featured careers are included.  Associated with the online Equal Opportunity Magazine digital edition is a link to Companies Actively Recruiting, employers advertising in the current issue of Equal Opportunity Magazine.