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NUR-498 Research/Senior Paper I, Course Research Guide


Course Library Research Guide This guide supplements the LIBBI session and provides suggested resources, search strategies, and research tips to support the course assignments and student research needs. (All links open in a new window.) Listed below are featured resources and helpful tools.

Academic Videos Online (AVON) database

AVON has more than 66,000 videos all immediately available for your viewing.

Demonstrates access to and a basic search for "nursing" in AVON (Academic Videos Online).

Immersive Technologies

3D Organon VR Anatomy
A virtual environment where you can manipulate bones, muscles, organs and more. Available on the compute in the Faculty/AVR Room. opens new windowLearn more. inquire at the One-Stop library service desk.

opens new windowBioDigital Human
BioDigital is a free application that visualizes anatomy, disease and treatments with dynamic, interactive 3D graphics and simulations. Explore detailed models of anatomy and health conditions or create and edit videos.

To get started, select "Launch Human" and create a FREE account. For subsequent visits, just log in with your own credentials.

Digital Showcase - Exemplary Student Works

opens new windowDigital Showcase

Offers a collection of scholarly, creative, and historical works from the breadth of activity at Oral Roberts University and is ORU's Institutional Repository.

Check out the opens new windowUndergraduate Nursing Student Exemplary Works.

Research Help

opens new windowMake an Appointment

Meet one-on-one with a Teaching Librarian and get research help. Choose a librarian or schedule a date and time that works with your schedule.

Visit: Come in person to the One-Stop Library Services Desk on LRC 4th Floor.
Call: 918-495-6887
Chat: Use the pop up box on the main library page
Email: (messages sent after hours will receive response within one business day)