Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Nursing / BSN Professional Roles and Writing (Nursing 351): Home

This guide supports BSN professional writing assignments, especially those focused on avoiding plagiarism in professional writing.

Nursing 351 Slides

College-Level Research Tutorial

College-Level Research Tutorial

Purpose:

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 global 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:

  • Understand and use web searches to inspire college-level research topics
  • Learn what scholarly sources are and how to recognize them
  • Strategically search for sources in subject databases, and
  • Share your ideas in ways that do not silence or exploit the work of others

Choose a Module:

1: Preparing for Research

2: Understanding Scholarly Sources

3: Choosing and Using Databases

4: Creating and Crediting

New to the Tutorial?

Visit the Instructor Guide to learn how to use the College-level Research Tutorial to support your course goals.

Research Help

Profile Photo
Kristin Woodward
She/Her/Hers
Contact:
P.O. Box 604,
Milwaukee WI 53201-0604
414-251-5103

LibKey Nomad

What is LibKey Nomad?

LibKey Nomad is a browser extension that makes off-campus searching easier. While searching, you can quickly see which articles are available to you through UWM Libraries. LibKey Nomad works on publisher websites, PubMed, and even Wikipedia to connect you to scholarly resources. If UWM does not have the full text, LibKey Nomad will link you to Search@UW where you can make an InterLibrary Loan request.

LibKey Nomad connects you to resources while preserving your privacy. No personal account is needed, and LibKey Nomad does not track users or store your ID after you close your browser. When you click on a LibKey Nomad link, it will take you to UWM's ePanther login and then straight on to the full-text article. After you login once, you won't have to login again until you close your browser.

 
Getting Started
  • Install the LibKey Nomad extension on your browser 
  • Search for and select University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee from the list of institutions
    • The LibKey Nomad icon will appear in the top right of your browser window
  • Start your search
    • When you are on a page where you can download an article, the LibKey Nomad button will appear in the bottom left of your browser

 

Watch the video below to learn more and see how to install LibKey Nomad on your computer.
 
Still have questions?

Check out the LibKey Nomad Technical FAQ or contact UWM's LibKey administrator, Lynne Jones.