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Date of this Version

Winter 10-25-2023


Like all other academic areas, nursing education has expanded both vertically and horizontally. There is a substantial body of literature in the chosen topic area, created using both traditional and modern techniques. Additionally, the methods used to produce knowledge in this particular profession have evolved, which has affected how nursing students throughout the world search for information. The current review's objective is to examine several factors related to nursing students' use of electronic resources for information seeking that have been researched by various researchers throughout the world over a range of time periods. The paper discusses a few key elements that are crucial for efficient access to, retrieval of, and transmission of electronic information. The study also analyses how nursing students' information-seeking behaviours have evolved as a result of the altered information environment, particularly in light of the increased use of electronic sources by academia throughout the world with a focus on nursing.

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