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NURS 600 Theoretical Foundation for Advanced Nursing Practice Guide

Research Articles

Nursing Databases

What Are Library Databases?

A library database is an online resource that the library subscribes to that contains articles and information from print sources such as magazines, newspapers, journals, and reference books. Library database is searchable.

Types of material found using library databases are:

  • Articles from Journals and Magazines
  • Electronic Books
  • Newspapers
  • Images
  • Reference Sources 

Library databases typically provide citation information about the items they index. A citation most often consists of:

  • Author
  • Title of Article
  • Source (Title of Publication)
  • Publisher
  • Date of Publication

Some library databases provide abstracts of the items they index. Abstracts are summaries provided by the author or database publisher.

Some library databases provide the full text (entire article) of the items they index.

Our library has access to a wide range of electronic databases containing citation and full-text articles and other scholarly works on various subjects.

Library Search Box

What am I searching?

You are searching books, e-books, articles from newspapers, magazines and scholarly journals, DVDs, market research reports, and selected Web resources.

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What am I searching?

You are searching articles from newspapers, newsletters, magazines and scholarly journals.

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What am I searching?

You are searching books and e-books.

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