New video-based learning resource provides virtual access into nursing world

There are some lessons you can’t learn from a book – like how to thrive in the fast-paced world of nursing.

For our students studying the complex procedural techniques demanded of today’s nurses, reading instructions out of a textbook is no substitute for the real thing. That’s why Laupus Library works with the Division of Health Sciences to provide learning resources that give our students hands-on, real-world exposure to their intended field.

On and off-campus, College of Nursing students have access to cutting-edge, interactive technological resources that complement the traditional curriculum they study hard to master. On campus, our students have access to the state of the art simulation lab, where they can practice scenarios that might take place in an everyday primary care setting. And at home, they can access step-by-step tutorials using our expanding video library, which now includes the Nursing Education in Video collection from Alexander St. Press.

Nursing Education in Video is an expansive collection of videos created specifically for the education and training of nurses, nursing assistants and other healthcare workers. All of the videos are regularly reviewed to ensure that they are accurate and contain the most up to date information. They also meet all OSHA and CMS regulations.

The collection is available now via the e-resources page: . MARC records for individual video titles will be added when available.

For questions about this tool, or any of the other resources that we offer at Laupus, come by or contact us here. We look forward to learning with you.

–Kelly R. Dilda
Public Communications Specialist
Laupus Library