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Where can I find nursing textbooks?

Last Updated: Nov 20, 2015  |  6 Views

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Nursing textbooks are available for purchase from your campus bookstore.

Nursing instructors often put a copy of the course's textbook on Course Reserve at the library. This means that there is one copy available in the library for students in the class to use. Textbooks on course reserve can be checked out for two hours and can NOT leave the library. Scanners and photocopiers are available in the library for student use. Use the Course Reserves tab on the library homepage to search for textbooks on reserve.

Certain textbooks may be available as eBooks in STAT!Ref. For example, Olds' Maternal-Newborn Nursing & Women's Health Across The Lifespan - 10th Ed. (2016).

You can search for nursing textbooks in the library catalog but the library generally does not carry textbooks. Go to the library homepage, click on the Books & Media tab, enter the textbook title in to the search box, and hit the search button.

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