Vocational Studies Complete

Vocational Studies Complete provides comprehensive coverage of many relevant programs of study at the College. It covers more than 2100 full-text journals as well as nearly 350 full-text books that deal with such diverse programs as alcohol and drug abuse counselling, computer and data processing, cosmetology, fashion design, law enforcement, paralegal studies, travel and tourism, and more. (Link to Resource)

Vendor:
EBSCO
Subjects Covered:
Alcohol and drug abuse counselling, Audiology, Biotechnology, CAD, Computer and data processing, Cosmetology, Esthetics, Electrical technology, Fashion design, Forensics, Graphic arts, Health information technology, Interior design, Law enforcement, Criminal justice, Paralegal studies, Robotics, Travel, Tourism, Veterinary medicine
Material Types:
Journals, magazines, newspapers, books, reports
Source Titles List:
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Number of Titles:
Indexed: 2815, Full-Text: 2601
Date Range:
Indexed: 1961 to present, Full-Text: 1961 to present
Frequency of Updates:
Daily
Significant Canadian Content?
No
Search Aids
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Contains Image Collection?
No
Exporting Options
Print, save, e-mail
Link to Provider Licensing Terms
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Copying and Printing?
Yes
Interlibrary Loans?
Yes, unless it is specifically prohibited by the publisher in the copyright statement within an individual record
Course Reserves?
Yes, unless it is specifically prohibited in the copyright statement within an individual record and, generally, only one article per issue and on electronic reserve for only one semester. Using more than one article per issue, or using an article for more than one semester, would require permission from the publisher.
Downloading?
Yes
Alerts?
Yes
RSS Alerts?
Yes
Persistent Links?
Article, publication, search
Non-Commercial Course Packs?
No, unless permission is first obtained from the publisher
Access Options
Remote access: World Wide Web, using Seneca College e-mail username and password
Notes
Resource available from anywhere via the World Wide Web, but authentication with a Seneca College email username and password will be required for remote access.

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