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Getting Started with Nursing Research
Finding top quality academic sources is essential to professional writing for Nursing. There are an overwhelming number of places to search online, all with varying degrees of ease and usability.
Here are a few quick links to get you started!
CINAHL Plus with Full Text
CINAHL is your best bet for accessing Nursing articles. Here you can find articles on all things Nursing including theory, evidence-based resources, news, and more
APA Formatting and Style Guide
APA is the formatting and citation style used for Nursing. This guide will help you properly format papers and attribute sources according to APA style.
College-Level Research Tutorial
College-level Research Tutorial
Each module of this tutorial will help you understand and do the work of college-level research. Through a series of examples, how-to videos, practice activities, and reflection questions, each section of the tutorial supports growth in different stages of curiosity-driven scholarship. Modules are designed to build upon one another, but each module can be used on its own. As a whole, this tutorial is meant to support your growth and development as a college student and engaged digital citizen.
Knowledge and skills:
The College-level Research tutorial is designed to help you build on the research strategies you already use. These modules are designed to teach you practices and ways of thinking about information that will allow you to:
- Transform personal curiosity into college-level inquiry
- Understand and select sources based on their author, audience, and purpose
- Strategically and methodically search for sources to support a specific research objective
- And to share your ideas in ways that do not silence or exploit the work of others
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