Welcome to the Mental Health Nursing subject page. This guide highlights the key resources for your subject area, and the key services and facilities available from the Library.
Your Librarian is Noelle McDougall. Noelle can help you find the resources you need for your research, and advise you on how best to reference them.
Tel: 01382 308836
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Subject specific journal collections/databases
Websites - sources of freely available resources including information on your Knowledge Network Account.
Key websites for your subject area include:
Log directly into Blackboard to see if an online list is available for your module(s). If there's not one available, ask your module leader to contact the Library.
Log directly into Blackboard to access and make changes to your reading lists. More information on how to do this can be found from our Reading Lists page. Alternatively, contact your Academic Librarian.
Evaluating your resources
Remember, when deciding which resources to use for your research, ask yourself the following questions:
- Am I using the right type of resource? ie too many books could make your research quite general - have you used any journal articles? are you using too many websites?
- Are your resources current? Depending on your subject area, you made need to use only the most up-to-date of literature.
- Is what you're using reliable? ie if it was found on the internet: is it a reliable source? when was the website last updated?
There may be other types of information available that you hadn't considered using, or you'd like more help with, such as:
For help with referencing styles: Harvard, APA and OSCOLA.
Learn more about how to manage your references using RefWorks.
There are various ways of getting help, both online and in person:
Get a headstart with this quick online guide to getting started with the Library and IT at Abertay.
Online information and interactive tutorials on IT, referencing, academic writing and more.
Details of who and how we can help.