These standards directly address the information skills needed by nursing students at the associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels and are written for nursing faculty and librarians who support nursing programs and nursing students in academic settings. However, because many nursing students are also practicing nurses, the skills described in the standards can be used for continuing education in the nursing profession.
This graphic, released under a Creative Commons attribution license, provides a quick overview of Bloom's taxonomy of the kinds of cognitive processes often asked of students in educational settings. The graphic reflects the 2001 revision of the original Bloom's taxonomy of educational objectives. For more on Bloom's taxonomy, see the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching guide on the subject.
Koufogiannakis, D., Booth, A., & Brettle, A. (2006). ReLIANT: Reader’s guide to the Literature on Interventions Addressing the Need of education and Training. Library and Information Research, 30(94),44-51.Link