Final Project Tips
Start your Final Project early. This is a project that is best worked on during the entire semester. You can complete the appropriate sections as you learn the software programs.
The Research part of this project will result in a minimum of 10 information sources, which include a minimum of 5 EBSCO database articles and 5 credible websites. The articles must be found by searching the Ebsco databases, and the websites must be from the approved list of websites that are on this research guide under the tab Websites. Books cannot be used as information sources for this project.
You must use at least one piece of information from each of the database articles and websites in your Final Project. If you do not, then that source cannot be on your References page. You have to have at least 5 Ebsco articles and 5 acceptable websites on your References page.
The References page must be formatted in APA 6th edition style. Find information about APA on this research guide under the APA & Plagiarism tab.
Finding Information for Introduction to Healthcare Computing
Welcome to the Introduction to Healthcare Computing Research Guide. This libguide will help you to find resources for your Final Project.
- Introduction to the Library
- Books & eBooks - Locate print and electronic books in healthcare computing
- Articles - Locate journal articles for your your Final Project
- Websites - Selected websites for your Final Project
- APA & Plagiarism - How to do a reference page and tools for creating APA papers and references
Searching WCTC Library Resources using Ebsco Discovery Service
Ebsco Discovery Service is a program that allows access to most of WCTC Library’s information resources through a single search box. This means that when you search for a topic such as “study skills” in Ebsco Discovery, your search results will include print books, electronic books, magazine and journal articles, newspaper articles and streaming video – all in one results list. Try it out!
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