Welcome to our virtual orientation. This page is intended to review some vital tools you will need to be successful in your doctoral program.
EndNote (Yingting Zhang, Robert Wood Johnson, New Brunswick)
EndNote Basic (Yingting Zhang, Robert Wood Johnson, New Brunswick)
Zotero (Mei Ling Lo, Library of Science and Medicine, New Brunswick) – For "wild" websites and other anomalous sources. You can capture in Zotero and import into your EndNote files. Minimal editing of the reference might be required.
Dissertations and Theses Global – International database of theses and dissertations in many subjects
Dissertations & Theses @ Rutgers University is a subset of the larger Dissertations & Theses Global database. Covering all disciplines, the database incorporates ongoing additions for Rutgers dissertations and theses accepted as recently as last semester.
Thesis and Dissertation Formatting in MS Word (Krista White, Dana Library)
Please contact a nursing librarian if you cannot find a dataset.
Data Methods and Software
Dana Library's Data Support (Jonathan Torres, Dana Library)
Covers Stata SPSS, NVivo, R, and more
NVivo trailer (17 sec) NVivo is software to assist in qualitative research.
Data Services (Ryan Womack, New Brunswick)
Got a question? Please get in touch with Roberta Tipton at the Dana Library, firstname.lastname@example.org
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