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Learning Express Library Nursing
Register for Learning Express Library with your BJU email for your username and a password that you will remember (not your campus login that changes every 90 days or so).
Learning Express Library
LearningExpress Library, available in South Carolina, is a whole new experience! It is a completely redesigned site that is touch-enabled and tablet-ready. Experienced users know the value of this resource that provides free access to practice exams, interactive tutorials, and an ebook collection to help learners succeed in the workplace and in school. Version 3.0 is the enhanced platform for this product and is bursting with new features and functionality, including easy-to-use navigation, timed and untimed test modes, individualized study plans, and a learning roadmap.
NCLEX - Information and Practice Tests
Be sure to set up your account with a user name and password that you will remember. Register at the Learning Express Library while on campus. See the path at the top of this column.
Becoming a Nurse
Log in to Learning Express to access the ebook and save it to your drive.
Clicking on this link will take you right to the Journal of Christian Nursing in OVID
How do I find the databases?
BJU students must use their CAS (campus login) user name and password in order to access databases. It is the same user name and password used to access email.
*From the intranet, select Academics and choose Libraries
*Click Online Resources, and then choose Find a LibGuide.
*Choose the Go to A to Z List in the blue box on the right.
*Select a database from the Alphabetical Listing. *Enter CAS user name and password when prompted after clicking on the database.
Here are suggested searches from your teacher:
- Conflict resolution (Patient/nurse;
- Intercultural communication in nursing
- Communicating with the elderly or children or
families or patients with communication deficits (aphasia, deafness, blindness,
- Therapeutic communication
- Bridges and barriers to nurse/patient
- Charting/patient documentation/electronic
- Telephone triage
- Group communication--committees
Quantitative, Peer-reviewed Articles
For a quantitative, peer-reviewed article, include search terms with your topic of interest ie. diabetes:
- Randomized controlled trial
- Case control
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INDY (Information DiscoverY at BJU Mack Library)
Subjects:About the Mack Library
, BJU Course Guides
, Distance Learning
, How to Guides
, Science & Technology