Welcome to the Library of the Health Sciences.
This guide provides links to resources that we hope will help you with your education at UND.
It is always a good idea to try to save your search strategy, as well as articles you find from that particular search. It will easier as you work to finish your projects to not replicate searches over and over and think to yourself, "Did I already see this article?" In addition, the theory of evidence-based practice includes the ability of someone else to replicate your search.
There are two ways you can do this.
In our Ebscohost vendor (the one with the blue ball/green print) - Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, CINAHL, Health Source - Consumer Edition and Nursing/Academic Edition, PsycINFO, to name a few - you can create a folder. Here are the directions for doing that: Saving to Folders in CINHAL
In PubMed and other products produced by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), you can use the My NCBI account. Here are the directions for doing that: My NCBI
If you haven't found what you're looking for in 20 minutes, it's time to contact a librarian. We can set up one-on-one research appointments in person, via phone or using Adobe Connect. Feel free to give us a call or send an email to one of the Clinical Campus Librarians or to the Information Desk. Look for the Contact with Questions box for links to our email addresses and phone numbers.
How we can help:
As Neil Gaiman says, "“Google can bring you back 100,000 answers, a librarian can bring you back the right one.”
Tools you can use to familiarize yourself with the Library's webpage.
Logging In (2 min 11 sec)
Navigating the Library Website (4 min 33 sec)
To borrow materials from other libraries (including North Dakota State University) you can use Interlibrary Loan
You need to set up your own account: Ordering Materials from Other Libraries (2 min 9 sec)
and here is how to Use Your Interlibrary Loan account (2 min 26 sec)
To get to Full Text Articles, you should use the green Find It @ UND button (2 min 35 sec)