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NUR 5053 - Foundational Perspectives of Nursing Education


Welcome to the library research guide for NUR 5053 - Foundational Perspectives of Nursing Education.  This guide is designed to help you find additional resources for your course-related learning. If you have any questions, please contact your instructor or your librarian. 

Research Consultations

If you would like expert advice on any aspect of your research project, feel free to contact your instructor or your librarian. You may also set up a personal research consultation. Consultations are available in person, via telephone, or in a zoom session and can help you create detailed search strategies, select databases, plan and organize your lit review, set the parameters of your project, manage your data, etc. 

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  • Study rooms may be used by: SBU Students, SBU Faculty, SBU Staff, or Springfield Campus Library Guest Patrons.
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    2. Groups who do not show up within 15 minutes of their reserved time forfeit the reservation
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