Yanochka...other suggestion to consider:
* Go to your school's library and talk with the librarian(s) about what print and electronic sources (tutorials, Databases, APA, etc.) are available.
* Find out if the school has a specific
individual dedicated to the Nursing Program (ours does...it's me!).
* Surf the web and search for www.libguides.com
as there are several Nursing LibGuides set up there (email me offline and I will send you the direct link to the one I've developed).
* Discuss the Nursing assignments with your Nursing Librarian (or a Subject-Specialist Librarian) and see how they can help you.
* Get into a Study Group, or start one, and arrange for the Nursing Librarian (or a Subject-Specialist Librarian) to speak to your group about what study and research assistance is available for Nursing students.
As the Nursing Librarian for our Program (ASN, BSN, & MSN), I work with Faculty and Students who are located across five campuses via email, text, phone, and face-to-face. My office phone is rolled into my cell for better access, even on weekends, and office hours are roughly 24/7. Mine is NOT the typical Nursing Librarian (or Librarian) attitude but it is more beneficial for Faculty and Students if they have that resource, although some avail themselves of it.
Anyone else's thoughts? WSteven1