Have some laughs!! But remember: this is an Internet resource. Evaluate, evaluate, evaluate!
The Internet is wonderful for many uses. However, be very careful if you are looking for evidence based research. You may want to stay within the library's databases until you are comfortable and feel confident with your evaluation skills. Here's an example of what's out there on the Internet:
Have a question concerning research? Simple, just ask us!
Use our online reference chat!
Does the library have a specific journal title?
If you are looking for a specific Journal Title, you can use the "Journal Titles Search" to look for it. This search box is also found on the library homepage.
Click on the link below to see several journal titles which are available only in the library or in a varying format.
Examples of Useful Websites
More Internet Resources
Google Scholar Search
Websites to assist with APA
Specifically for Nursing Students and Faculty
How to Cite Mosby Databases in APA Style
Module 1 - Services & Resources
Introduction to the library website and services, including interlibrary loan. Module 1.2 covers how to use various resources to reverse lookup books, articles, and other documents that may be part of assigned readings for class or located in bibliographies.
Module 2 - Online Catalog & E-Book Access
Dover Library's Online Catalog can be used to access resources available in both of physical and e-collections. Examples of items avaialble include: books, e-books, reference sources, audio books, children's literature, curriculum kits, and DVD's.
Module 3 - Databases & Search Strategies
Online Databases, or search agrigators such as Integrated Search, are great tools to use when looking for articles, reports, dissertations, and other e-resources. This module goes through the steps of creating various research stratagies and using the different types of information provided through our search agrigator, Integrated Search.
Individual Database Searches - Search for Journal Articles
The following individual databases (see Module 3.3) may be useful in research in topics of NURSING: