Whether you're starting your nursing classes, preparing for the NCLEX, or finishing up your capstone project - this guide will help you find resources available through the Alverno library.
Logging in from off campus? All Alverno electronic resources are available from off campus. Use the 14 digit barcode on your student ID to access our resources from off campus.
Students can now self-enroll in the Alverno Library's APA Moodle course. This self-paced course covers the basics of in-text and reference list citation using APA citation style. Click here to access the course.
NoodleTools will help you create accurate citations, reference lists, and annotated bibliographies. For best results, we recommend that you use it in conjugation with the APA manual or Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (OWL).
Not sure where to start? Click here to access the library's NoodleTools and other APA tutorials.
Citing Print Resources
Citing Electronic Resources
Citing a Government Bill in APA
Difficult APA Citations
Formatting a Book Citation
Formatting a Journal Article Citation
Formatting a Webpage Citation
Multiple In-text Citations in a Paragraph
Importing a Citation into NoodleTools
Formatting a Running Head
Formatting a Hanging Indent
To find articles on a topic
To find an article when you have a citation
Anybody can and anybody will post anything online...
So, how do you find the good stuff? By visiting the library's Best Websites for Healthcare which features sites that are recommended by Alverno librarians.
Not finding what you need? Visit the Source Evaluation LibGuide for tips on determining the quality of information available on the open web.
TIP: Use Google's advance search feature to limit a search by domain. For example, limiting a search to .gov or .edu will only retrieve websites published by government bodies or accredited post secondary educational institutions.