Librarians as Partners of the Faculty in Teaching Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing to Undergraduates at Brigham Young University
Brigham Young University information literacy, evidence-based nursing, information literacy in nursing, nursing education, nursing librarians, scholarly inquiry in nursing
This article describes collaboration between the nursing librarian and faculty members teaching scholarly inquiry in nursing (nursing research), a course for baccalaureate nursing students. Workshops presented by the librarian enhanced nursing students' information literacy skills, particularly related to accessing evidence-based sources. Student perceptions of the library integration with scholarly inquiry in nursing are presented and suggest that librarians empower them with knowledge and skills that enhance their ability to integrate evidence into their nursing practice.
Original Publication Citation
Hopkins, B., Callister, L. C., Mandleco, B., & Lassetter, J. H., & Astill, M. (2011). Librarians as partners of the faculty in teaching scholarly inquiry in nursing to undergraduates at Brigham Young University. Science and Technology Libraries, 30, (3) 267-276.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hopkins, Betsy; Callister, Lynn Clark; Mandleco, Barbara; Lassetter, Jane H.; and Astill, Meagan, "Librarians as Partners of the Faculty in Teaching Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing to Undergraduates at Brigham Young University" (2011). Faculty Publications. 5185.
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