CU has recently acquired Scopus, a bibliographic database provided by Elsevier. Scopus is an index for academic articles, journals and authors. Among its many features, Scopus provides tools and features that lets users can track often a particular article or author has been cited. Researchers can use Scopus to identify the most useful articles in their field. Authors can also use Scopus to track how widely their work has been cited. Below are some basic sources to help you get started!
Articles can be found electronically and in print in the Catholic University Libraries.
Step one: Start your reseach in SearchBox (the articles tab).
Step two: Search a Nursing database using keywords pertinent to your topic. If the article is not available in full-text from a particular database, click on the "360 Find It" button.
Step three: Search CU's Journals for print and electronic journals. Works well when you have a citation, but not full text.
Step four: If CUA does not have the article you can request it through the Interlibrary Loan service.
Step five: Contact your library liaison at: