Students use a variety of search methods and everyone does not begin at the same level - or learn through the same modality. Think about your learning style and how you best learn. To effectively engage and complete a project, you probably use a combination of learning styles: auditory learner, visual learner, hands on practical application, taking notes or reading.
Most databases help you identify Peer Reviewed Literature to support your research project, thesis, systematic review or NP special project. If you are not familiar with the term P-I-C-O-T, take a few minutes and review the slides within the PICOT Libguide page.
Our goal is to show you how to apply the basic steps of planning, executing, focusing and filtering a search around your topic.
Most people experience a learning curve when they are searching a database for the first time. Regardless of your experience level or prior knowledge of online databases, you may encounter a learning curve.
You will be exposed to the basic search process; practicing and applying what you have learned is perhaps the most essential step.
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