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When the Nursing Librarian is not available, use the tabs at the top of this page. Through the tabs, you will find helpful information for finding articles, books, journals, reference materials, and more.
If you are experiencing difficulty connecting to a library resource, need assistance with Oncourse or Interlibrary Loan, contact the University Library Reference Desk in any of the following ways:
- In-person at the Information/Reference desk
- By phone : 317.274.0469 or toll free 1.888.422.0499
- By e-mail: email@example.com
- By online chat: Ask a Librarian
- By text: (66746)
Or, if you need immediate advice about doing a literature search (M-F, 8:00-4:30 only), contact the Medical Library's Reference Librarians:
- 317-274-7482 (ask for a librarian)
If you would like to schedule a research help meeting with Caitlin Pike or ask her a question, use her contact information on the right side of this page.
Library news for Nursing - Topics
Library News for IUPUI Nursing:
WELCOME TO THE IUPUI LIBRARY RESEARCH GUIDE FOR NURSING.
New to this guide? "How to use this Guide"
- Librarian Caitlin Pike now available to assist you (October 2014)
- Librarian Randi Stocker now fully retired (October 2014)
- "Scopus" database now available to all IUPUI users (January 2014)
- Oncourse Citation List is a great replacement for eShelf (spring 2010)
- APA 6th Edition (& corrections to 6th ed.) now available (fall 2009)
- Copyright info you can use (fall 2009)
Library news for Nursing - Blog
Librarian Caitlin Pike now available to assist you (October 2014)
Caitlin Pike has arrived as your new Nursing Librarian from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) in Research Triangle Park, NC. Caitlin was a library fellow at NIEHS after graduating from library school at North Carolina Central University in May 2013. She has an undergraduate degree in creative writing with a minor in Zoology from North Carolina State University, and she is an active member of the Medical Library Association. Please don't hesitate to contact Caitlin for any and all information needs, as she looks forward to assisting the Jaguar community!
Librarian Randi Stocker now fully retired (October 2014)
Randi Stocker is pleased to welcome new Nursing Librarian Caitlin Pike to IUPUI University Library. Randi is looking forward to sharing her new life with her husband in her new home, which is located in a great retirement community.
"Scopus" database now available to all IUPUI users (January 2014)
Scopus is the world’s largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature with smart tools that track, analyze and visualize research. Introduction to Scopus: Getting Started is a quick10-minute video demonstrating many useful Scopus features.
Oncourse Citation List is a great replacement for eShelf (spring 2010)
Citation Lists reside in Oncourse Resources and the resulting links can easily be edited or deleted. The lists can be rolled over into newer versions of the course, and can be edited by other instructors. The resulting citation lists contain links for retrieving the full text or physical location of the information. Copies of these citation lists can be attached to other items (e.g., assignments, forum postings, calendar items) within your Oncourse worksite. Citations can be added from MetaSearch, Google Scholar, or typed in directly.
Aids for creating Oncourse Citation Lists can be found at: Citation List -- Course Readings links in Oncourse Resources (http://www.ulib.iupui.edu/research/oncourse/citationlist)
APA 6th Edition now available (last updated Sept 2011)
Some useful resources for faculty, staff, and students include summaries of the changes, brief guides to the 6th edition, and tutorials for learning APA Style.
Good guides to APA 6th Edition
- APA Formatting and Style Guide - from Purdue OWL (covers all areas of APA style) - printing link at the bottom of each screen
APA Citation Examples - University of Maryland University College
APA 6th Edition: Selected Guide to Citing Resources - from Wake Forest University - 5 page guide
- Citing Sources Using APA Manual (6th ed.) - from Nova Southeastern University - 20 page pdf
"APA Documentation Style, Sixth Edition" - from IUPUI Writing Center - 6 page pdf
Useful resources for teaching others APA Style 6th Edition
APA PowerPoint Slide Presentation - From Purdue OWL
APA Style Workshop - from Purdue OWL (tutorial)
APA Reference Formatting: 6th Edition from IUPUI (tutorial)
APA Style (6th Edition) -- Library Guide - from Nova Southeastern University (series of in-depth tutorials)
The Basics of APA Style - from APA (tutorial)
APA Style - FAQ - from APA
Corrections to July 2009 printing of APA 6th edition
Changes from the 5th edition (summaries from the APA)
What's New in the Sixth Edition (tutorial),
Copyright info you can use
Items that are in compliance with current Copyright law may be uploaded into Oncourse Resources to make them available to students. To determine whether a given item is in compliance, see Some Copyright Information for Instructors using Oncourse at IUPUI