In “The Professionalization of Academic Advising: A Structured Literature Review”, published in the NACADA Journal, 39(1), there was an error in reporting the data collection processes. The sentence in question (on page 91) reads, “The related terms profession, professionalism, and profession (which captures every permutation of the key term) were tested but produced irrelevant results.” The second instance of “profession” should have an asterisk attached to it (profession*). The asterisk at the end of a keyword in a search is called an asterisk wildcard. The root word is searched with different word endings; in this case, the root word is profession. Thus, the sentence should read, “The related terms profession, professionalism, and profession* (which captures every permutation of the key term) were tested but produced irrelevant results.”