1.1 The Literature Search1.2 Types of Questions1.3 Background Questions: Finding Books1.4 Background Questions: E-texts1.5 Locating Articles1.6 Databases1.7 Search Strategies: Boolean Logic1.8 A Sample Search in PubMed1.9 Locating the Full Text1.10 Citing Sources
2.1 Locating the Best Evidence2.2 Develop the Question: Background Questions2.3 Develop the Question: Foreground Questions, PICO (T)2.4 Filtering in CINAHL2.5 Filtering in Medline (PubMed)2.6 Filtering in PsycINFO2.7 Expanding the Search for Evidence2.8 Critically appraised topics2.9 Specialized Databases: Syntheses and Systematic Reviews2.10 Clinical Guidelines2.11 Critical Appraisal
3.1 Searching the Web3.2 Sites and Meta Sites3.3 Free vs. "fee-based" sites3.4 Search Engines3.5 Web Directories3.6 The Invisible Web3.7 Consumer Health Information on the Web3.8 Evaluating the Web
Saving Search Histories
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An online instructional tool to orient users to the NYU virtual environment: books, databases, articles, more.
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The goals of this tutorial are:

    • Provide nursing students, practicing nurses, and nursing educators with a remote instructional tool for online resources
    • Promote competency in the fundamentals of information literacy (based on ACRL Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education)
    • Complement classroom instruction with learning modules for remote users
    • Provide a conceptual overview of how online information is organized

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