This course requires students to evaluate and interpret professional resources to assist in developing their clinical reasoning skills. The students will utilize the skills learned in Scholarship I to analyze and critique scholarly work and apply this information to Occupational Therapy (OT) practice. Application of ethical principles and behavior are used in the analysis of scholarly work and the exploration of emerging practice areas in OT. Emphasis is placed on independent and active learning. Involvement in the OTA Club is also a requirement of this course. Prerequisites: OTAC1145.