The Walden Library provides many resources to help students locate and retrieve robust research. You can find articles in our different resources by:
In the Beyond the Walden Library section further down the page in this guide, there are resources from outside of the Library to broaden your research horizon. A few of these resources include:
relevant Professional Organizations
Subjects listed under Subject Resources are below:
Required course readings can be found in Course Guides in the Library. Use the Course Guides page to find guides for your courses. Also, many course guides have pages with help for specific assignments requiring Library research. If the course has assignment help, you will see a brown tab for that week’s assignment on the left side of the guide.
To be successful in your academic research, you may need to go beyond the collections in the Walden Library. No library can contain everything, and many useful resources are already available for free on the Internet. Your Research Network should extend further through these resources. Below you'll find information about Google Scholar, Google Books, Local Public or Academic Libraries, and related Professional Organizations [via Career Planning and Development].
Some Google Scholar searches may provide an overwhelming number of results causing you to miss important research. You may also spend a lot of time verifying if an article is peer reviewed, but it is still a great tool for comprehensive searching!
Learn more about Google Scholar on our guide.
Video: Google Scholar Advanced Search
(1 min 18 sec) Recorded January 2018
Try searching in one of our Multidisciplinary Databases or Thoreau search multiple databases.