Identify two GCU Library scholarly databases that will help you find the best research articles to support your capstone project change proposal. Discuss why these two databases are better than Google Scholar or a general Internet search.
Locating Articles in Nursing Research
The validity and authenticity of articles used in the project change proposal give it a scholarly understanding and perception needed in nursing research. The GCU library has various databases that provide essential articles relevant to various nursing subject areas. One of the library scholarly databases that I would identify from the GCU library is the Cumulative Index of nursing and allied health Literature CINAHL. The database is most appropriate and reserved for nursing research. It has articles written by qualified health professionals and based on research and practice experience. Nonetheless, it has a variety of full-text journals and books.
Moreover, I would also select Academic search complete since, Just as CINAHL, the database offers quality and peer reviewed articles that provides verified nursing information. The library relies significantly on EBSCO, one of the most reliable and valid internet search systems for professional research practices in various fields, including nursing. Compared to Google, EBSCO provides sources that are reliable. Besides, the articles are current and address contemporary issues in the nursing practices. The information is reliable and there would be no need to doubt its sources such as in the cases of Wikipedia and other sources of information found in Google.
The GCU library makes it possible to put use relevant details when screening for appropriate articles. For instance, I can use peer reviewed, the date the article was published and full text of the article search title. Besides, I can save my research and create citations for an article I have chosen to use. It is easy to use and provide a direct search saving users from time wasting complications associated with the Google sources of information.