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First Year Experience (FYE) and Orientations

An introductory guide for freshman and transfer students (or anyone new to UNT Libraries)

UNT Career Center

Career Coaches

The Career Center Team includes Career Coaches who can help guide you based on your major and goals.

Government sources for researching career paths

Government sources include websites created by anyone online, and are created and maintained by government agencies, and sometimes in collaboration with researchers. These resources are publicly available online and will not require UNT login. Popular examples for this research include the U.S. Center or Department of Labor and Statistics which provides employment statistics and career resources.

Subscription Databases

Books on Careers

Click the following link to the UNT Libraries' Online Catalog for a list of books located on Vocational Guidance United States

  • Big Book of Jobs
    Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this volume covers career management skills and writing resumes as well as exploring 250 career possibilities. Location: Willis Library, 3rd floor, Business Reference, call number HF5382.5.U5 B53 (2009-2010 edition).


Welcome to the e-portfolio resource page I've created for my colleagues, students and campus partners for training.

Students (Foliotek E-portfolio from UNT):

If you are accessing the ePortfolio for the first time, go to the account set up page

My examples from Foliotek:

Simple wiki-version/Alternative: PBworks (lillylibrarian)

See also: UNT Career Center Develop Your Personal Brand  

UNT resources on Foliotek portfolios

Tutorials & Resources (Items were taken from the Career Connect website)

There are many outlets of support regarding the use of the ePortfolio. Whether you are enrolled in a class utilizing the ePortfolio or want to get started on your own, check out the resources. You can also view tool-specific videos via the Foliotek YouTube Channel

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