Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 37
I'm including a few different searches, because I'm not sure if you need resources meant for nurses, or something less technical. However, there should be a few books for you to choose from!
Go to the WorldCat link below. This is our book catalog.
I ran a few different searches. You can just copy and past them into the search bar. Once you enter your search phrase and hit enter, you will see the option to sort by date. It's in a drop down menu on the top right. The default selection is Library/Relevance in a menu labeled Sort by:. Change that to Date (Newest First). This way you will see the most current books at the top, in case you need titles from the past five years.
The searches include both print and eBooks. You will see a little icon under the title in the result list that says Book (print) or eBook. To get info on the book, click on the title. This takes you to a detailed page that will give you a brief summary and publicaiton info. You will see how many pages if you scroll down a bit. It will be in the section with the ISBN, table of contents, etc.
For print books, you'll see call number and availability. For eBooks, you'll see a link that says eBook, click here to access. You'll then be asked to log in using your last name and COM ID.
Here are the searches for you to copy and paste. The "su" means subject search, so include that:
su:Newborn infants Development.
su:Infant, Newborn, Diseases.
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