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The Journal of Occupational Therapy Education (JOTE) is an open access, double-blind peer reviewed journal devoted solely to publishing research and other relevant information related to occupational therapy and occupational science education.

Thank you all for your continued support of JOTE! We are proud to share with you the next issue. We continue to accept submissions for upcoming issues. See Instructions for Authors for a description of the types of manuscripts we accept.

We need reviewers!! If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for JOTE, please email your name, educational research interests/ expertise, and CV or resume to jote@eku.edu.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2 (2020)

Original Research

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Survey of Occupational Therapy Students' Attitudes, Knowledge and Preparedness for Treating LGBT Clients
Deborah J. Bolding, Vivian Rodriguez, Helen Nguyen, and Laurie A. Drabble

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The Use of an Embedded Librarian to Enhance Student Information Literacy Skills: A Pilot Study
Elaina J. DaLomba, Elizabeth Kavanaugh, Kaitlin Manbeck, Samantha O'Neill, Kyle Soldevilla, Melanie Watson, and Ellen McLaughlin

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Learning Strategies and Academic Difficulty in Occupational and Physical Therapy Online Education
Evan M. Pucillo, Erica Kiernan, Mary P. Shotwell, and Jackie Crossen-Sills

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Telehealth Student Experiences and Learning: A Scoping Review
Katrina M. Serwe, Makayla Heindel, Isabel Keultjes, Hailey Silvers, and Samantha Stovich

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Career Goals and Student Perceptions of a Post-Professional Occupational Therapy Doctoral Experiential Component
Angela Lampe, Vanessa D. Jewell, Rebecca Dunn, Thomas Lawson, Erin Stewart, and Jordane Linhart

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Educational Innovations

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Utilizing Student Consultation to Promote Incorporation of Occupational Therapy in a Pediatric Behavioral Health Unit
Victoria G. Wilburn, Hannah B. Stoll, Jill C. Fodstad, Anthony Chase, and Christina M. Douglas