Jul 20, 2017

Application in Nursing

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Concept Paper: Application in Nursing


Library Instruction for Nursing 101 Concept Paper


Finding a Definition of the Concept

Online Dictionaries ~


http://www.onelook.com/ - view multiple dictionary entries from one search


Golisano Library reference stacks ~

  • General dictionaries Ref PE1628
  • Medical dictionaries
    • Dictionary of Nursing Theory and Research Ref RT81.5 .P69 2011
    • Encyclopedia & Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health Ref R121 .E539 2005
    • The Oxford Illustrated Companion to Medicine Ref R121 .O884 2001
    • Stedman’s Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing Ref R121 .S8 2012


The Shorter Oxford English Dictionary 6th  ed.  is on the dictionary stand behind the reference desk and contains etymologies and variant definitions.


Finding 3 – 4 library resources about the Concept

Use the Golisano Library Nursing databases for articles



Use WorldCat or the Golisano Library Online Catalog for books



Finding examples of the Concept from poetry or art/music/visual

  • Ask experts in the fields of art, poetry, film and music if they can direct you to a particular poet, composer or artist or a specific era when people might have created something that would exemplify your Concept. RWC/NES faculty who are willing to work with you include:


65 Orchard Street


  • Douglas Giebel, Professor of Art

[email protected]

Carpenter Hall 322


  • Michael Landrum, Professor of Music and Film Studies

[email protected]

Cox Hall 208

  • Constance Fee, Associate Professor of Voice

[email protected]

Cox Hall 205

  • Jeffrey McGhee, Associate Professor of Vocal Music

[email protected]

Cox Hall 306


  • Go to the appropriate area of the book stacks in Golisano Library and page through books about those people or eras
    • Poetry PN 1010 – PN 1525
      • See The Columbia Granger’s Index to Poetry Ref PN 1022.H39 2007 – you can search by subject
      • Example of loneliness: Loneliness by Robert Frost
      • http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/poets/robert_frost/poems/800.html http://famouspoetsandpoems.com/
    • Art N
      • Check Oxford Art Online or in the Reference section Ref N5610 .G76 2007
      • Example of pain: The Scream by Edvard Munch Museum of Modern Art http://www.moma.org/visit/calendar/exhibitions/1330
    • Music M; ML
      • Check Oxford Music Online or in the Reference section Ref ML100 .N48 2000
      • Example of grief: Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima by Krzyszytof Penderecki – play from the Naxos Music database
    • Film TR845-899 (Cinematography/Motion Pictures)


  • Use databases for Music, Art and Poetry from Golisano Library homepage
    • All databases: http://www.roberts.edu/library/research/articles/default.aspx?subject_id=0
    • Art databases http://www.roberts.edu/library/research/articles/Default.aspx?subject_id=3
    • Music databases http://www.roberts.edu/library/research/articles/Default.aspx?subject_id=15
    • Literature http://www.roberts.edu/library/research/articles/Default.aspx?subject_id=21


  • Try Google for ideas, names, or entries in Wikipedia – but use this information to search the scholarly resources that the library offers since the information can be unreliable
  • Try museums websites

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