The Career & Technical Education Database is the definitive source for vocational information. The database includes over 790 titles, with more than 700 available in full text. Both students and instructors can access the database to research virtually any technical topic, including computing science, healthcare, building trades, auto mechanics, sales and retail, accounting, graphic design, and photography. Agricultural Research, Computer Technology Review, Law & Order, Nutrition and Food Science, and Printed Circuit Design are just a few of the titles available in the Career & Technical Education Database.
Users can find instant access to highly sought trade publications such as Marketing, Journal of Nursing Education, Physical Therapy, Logistics Today, Accounting Horizons, and Agricultural Research. Valuable vocational publications also provide users with highly sought, occupation-focused titles such as Marketing Week, Aviation Week & Space Technology, Broadcasting & Cable, Nursing, Law & Order, Chemist & Druggist, Electronic Engineering Times, and many more.
Ebooks are an excellent online asset for a library's collection. Patrons seeking career advice will receive full-text access to helpful titles, that are not already checked out such as Winning Interviews for First-Time Job Hunters and Cool Careers For Dummies; plus, over 30 other ebooks are available, such as Winning Strategies for First-Time Job Hunters and 175 High-Impact Resumes, with even more to be added.
Blogs are another great way for users to access the latest in career advice and industry trends. These publications deliver results with truly unique market insights. Popular blogs such as The Monster Blog, Seth Godin's Blog, Training Day, and many more add fantastic value to this collection.
The database uses the familiar ProQuest platform, allowing library patrons to easily find the information they seek. Users can search by subject terms, publication, or browse by topic.