The Helen Stubblefield Law Library is open to all members of the College community. Areas of specialization include nursing, neurodiagnostic technology, health information technology, nutrition and food management/dietetic technology and radiation therapy. The library is located on the second floor of the C building.
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday: 8am until 9pm*
*Please note: the library will be opened from 6am until 8am for printing and computer use.
Saturday: 9am until 5:30pm
Sunday: Noon until 5:30pm
The Library may extend hours during exam periods.
During Recess, the library will opened Monday through Friday from 8am-4:30pm (no weekend hours).
EBSCOhost Research Databases - Provides access to full-text, peer-reviewed journal articles and research in nursing and allied health. Please contact library for User ID and Password.
Films on Demand - Digital Education Video
Nursing Database on Ovid - Provides access to full-text, peer-reviewed articles and 74 journals. Please contact library for User ID and Password.
The library has access to web-based periodicals as well as periodicals on open shelves.
- Ethics & Medics
- Journal of Nursing Education
- HIM Briefings *
- Occupational Outlook Quarterly
*Contact Andrew Calo for User ID
Computer Laboratory/Online Services
The library fosters judicious use of information technology, particularly as it relates to developing research skills that support evidence-based practice. The library provides access to computers for word processing, E-Racer assisted instruction, and NCLEX review. Additionally, the library provides online services ( Boston Public Library, National Library of Medicine,Databases, Online Patron Access Catalog) to its students and alumni.
Online Patron Access Catalog
HighWire Press Service provides access to full-text articles. HighWire Press is the largest archive of free full-text science articles. As of 12/29/12, HighWire Press is assisting in the online publication of 2,127,016 free full-text articles and 6,981,018 total articles. There are 36 sites with free trial periods, and 51 completely free sites. 273 sites have free back issues, and 1,320 sites have pay per view.
The Internet Public Library provides resources in many subject areas such as health, law, social sciences among others as well as good access to newspaper collections.
MedlinePlus is a service of the United States National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health. It provides current news on health topics, drugs, and supplements, definitions of medical words and videos.
PubMed Central (p.m.C) is the United States National Institutes of Health free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature.
The one-on-one library service is an individualized program designed to help students address specific academic weaknesses by using appropriate information resources.
Circulating books may be borrowed for a three-week period and may be renewed in person or over the telephone. Print and non-print titles are placed on reserve by faculty and are to be used in the library.
Reference Services are not limited to only traditional sources such as books and periodicals. They are also accomplished by using online services and resource sharing with other institutions. The following link is a guide to APA style.
For further information, contact *firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-322-3513