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School of Nursing: Library Orientation for Faculty: Home
What can I do for you?
Your librarian can do a lot to support your research and instruction. A few key places where I can help are outlined below. I look forward to working with you!
Let me search the literature for you
Let me help with:
Identifying databases and other information sources relevant to your search
Composing and running literature reviews for grant applications and other research
Supporting Systematic, Scoping, and other structured reviews for publications
Keep up with the literature
Browzine allows scholars to create their own bookshelves of key journals by linking with our collection. You can create a personalized electronic library of journals in your area of interest. Keep up to date with tables of contents delivered to you.
Let me show you how to:
Download the app
Create your bookshelves
Easily keep up to date with core journals wherever you are.
Librarians can teach searching and finding for:
We also offer EBP instruction:
Resources for EBP after graduation
Composing a searchable question and turning it into an effective literature search
Critical analysis of available literature
Bring this instruction to your classroom:
Through pre-recorded instruction
Personalized resources guides like this one
I can help with instruction and use of EndNote and RefWorks.