This is the "Home" page of the "Nursing" guide.
Alternate Page for Screenreader Users
Skip to Page Navigation
Skip to Page Content

Nursing   Tags: health, nursing, subject_guide  

Here you will find nursing resources and links that will help you in your research.
Last Updated: Nov 24, 2014 URL: http://libguides.sjsu.edu/nursing Print Guide RSS Updates

Home Print Page
  Search: 
 

Additional Resources

Be sure to check out these related LibGuides when performing your research. 

  Online Tutorials

 

How the Library Can Help You

Welcome to the SJSU Nursing Research Guide

nursing students

 

Here you will find helpful nursing databases, books, websites, and other information resources. 

King Library Links

  • Create a PIN
    From the Accounts page, create a Library PIN by choosing a 4-digit PIN (you'll be asked to enter it twice).
  • Student Computing Services
    To reset your PIN or for questions about a database which is not working correctly.
  • Ask a Librarian (General & Subject Specialist)
    For general assistance by email, telephone, and 24/7 chat, as well as links to subject specialists (i.e., education, health, justice studies, business, art, etc.)
  • Link +
    If you live near a Link+ library in CA, Reno, or Las Vegas, use this first to borrow books.
  • Interlibrary Services
    aka Interlibrary Loan or ILLIAD. Helpful for borrowing books (and getting some articles). King Library can mail books to you (no charge), and you mail them back.
  • Student Technology Training Center
    If you live anywhere near SJSU, come into the library for technology training and support.
  • WorldCat
    Find libraries near you with print and electronic resources.
 

Library Services

1) Access the Library from Off Campus and sign up for an account using your name, SJSU ID, and a PIN you create. Forgot your PIN?

2) Set up an account with Interlibrary Services once you have your Library Account. Set your status correctly: SJSU undergraduate or SJSU graduate.

3) Set up an account with RefWorks once you have your Library Account. RefWorks allows you to create a personal database of references and generate bibliographies in a variety of formats. You will need the group code to access 

 

Start Your Research - DIY

Description

Loading  Loading...

Tip