Getting started with CINAHL workshops are running during November in Library Ask & Learn space, Level 1, Saltire Centre.
CINAHL (Cumulative Index for Nursing and Allied Health) is an authoritative source within the field of nursing and allied health. The database indexes from more than 3,000 journals and allows you to search using a combination of free text (or keyword) and thesaurus terms (known as CINAHL headings) to produce precise results. It offers functionality to limit to peer review material and link out to full text articles.
If you need help to search CINAHL more effectively or have never used CINAHL before, these workshops are for you.
Check out our schedule or contact us if you can’t make these times.
NVivo is qualitative data analysis software for researchers. This course explores how to use NVivo Starter for collecting and analyzing text-based research data.
Nvivo software is available from the GCU app store to GCU staff and students.
To view the course go to the Library homepage and log into Lynda.com from the Database A-Z. The first time you login you will be asked to fill in a short form. Search for Nvivo in the top bar and click on the course you require.
Lynda.com is a comprehensive set of online learning resources that can be utilised by all GCU students and staff to build business, software, technology and creative skills.
Accessing Lynda.com quick guide.
The Library has just signed up to a new e-Anatomy database. Access is available on-campus only.