Answered By: APUS Librarians Last Updated: Jun 13, 2023 Views: 769
HOW TO FIND AN ORGANIZATON
To find a librarian curated list of organizations and associations by subject area:
On the library's website, click SUBJECTS A-Z. Click View All to see the entire list of subjects - and select a subject area of interest. Towards the bottom of a page you will see a list of organizations and associations.
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Additionally, if you know the name of the organization/association a simple Internet search using your favorite search engine will usually bring up their website.
You can also search these websites using the industry type, occupation, or association name:
- Professional Association Finder l CareerOneStop
- List of Professional Associations & Organizations - JobStars
- Directory of Associations: Association Directory - Trade Association
Note: Organizations and associations listed on these sites may not include the web address (URL). In this case, copy the name of the organization/association and search for using your favorite search engine.
HOW TO LOCATE A RESOURCE PRODUCED BY AN ORGANIZATION
To locate a source on an organization/association website, look for publications listed on their website. These could be located under such categories as:
See these FAQs for information on citing a website or web page/article:
- Where do I find all of the information I need to cite a website?
- How do I cite a web page that doesn't list a publication date?
- What's the difference between a website and a web page?
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