This guide features information sources for each specialty track of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree program, including links to library databases, eBooks, eJournals, websites, and helpful search guides and tutorials.
Before you start your research, click on the play button below to watch a library orientation and search best practices video.
Do you still have questions after watching the video and reviewing the search guides? No problem! Visit the Get Research Help guide to contact a librarian!
The Chamberlain University Library provides access to information sources through a single, unified search system on the library homepage, otherwise known as the Search Everything system. This system allows you to search the library's entire collection, including electronic journals (eJournals), electronic books (eBooks), videos, reference materials, and more.
Click on the button below to go directly to the Search Everything system on the library homepage to start your research.
The preferred way of finding an article for your assignment is by doing a search from the Search Everything system on the library homepage. However, your instructor may require a specific database for your research, or you may want to explore a database that focuses more on MSN topics. If this is the case, then below are the top-recommended databases for the MSN program.
To browse our full list of databases, visit the Databases A to Z list!
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