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Radiologic Technology   Tags: rad_tech, radiology  

A guide to authoritative information resources for rad tech student research.
Last Updated: Dec 4, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Welcome! This guide links to the most useful databases and resources for your radiologic science research. Use the tabs above to navigate the pages of this guide.

  • Smart Search
    Find SMART SEARCH at the center of this page. Smart Search gets books, E-books and magazine and journal articles all in one search.
  • Books/E-Books
    Search for SRJC library books & E-Books
  • Articles
    Search health and medical databases for journal articles on aspects of radiologic science
  • Web
    Links to radiologic technologists professional organizations, career and job information, radiological images, videos and more
  • Evaluate
    Gives strategies to help you evaluate the information you find for quality and usefulness
  • AMA Style
    Links to samples of AMA Style, FAQs and formatting
  • Help
    Gives resources for help with writing


E-Books & books to take home

Online magazine & journal articles

Authoritative websites

All bring something unique to your research. 

Click the tabs or links above to find each.


Type your topic in Smart Search below

to find books & e-books and magazine & journal articles

all at once.


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    Get free access to thousands of journal articles and books.

    Enter your topic in the box below and press the Search button.

    Smart Search Discovery Service

    Notice limiters to the left of your search resutls.

    If you are off campus, you'll need your SRJC ID and PIN to view all search results.

    SRJC Radiologic Technology


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    Reference Librarians

    Not sure where to start your research? Ask a Librarian

    1) Drop-In at the Reference Desk

    Doyle Library (Santa Rosa) 2nd floor

    Mahoney Library (Petaluma) 1st floor

    Library hours

    2) Make a 1/2 Hr RAP Appointment  for 1-on-1 personalized consultation with a librarian

    Research Assistance Appointments

    3) Chat via instant message for quick answers.

    4) Phone for quick answers: 

    Doyle Library Reference Desk (707) 527-4548

    Mahoney Library Reference Desk (707) 778-3975


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