When doing your capstone research, we highly recommend that you not limit your searches to only full text articles. In order to be comprehensive, you need to know about all articles that are relevant to your research, regardless of if they are available in full text in the Walden Library.
On this page you'll learn more about:
For articles that are not available in the database you are searching, there are a couple of ways that you can check to see if the full text is available somewhere else in the Library. Please see this Quick Answer on locating a specific article to learn more:
If we do not have the full text of an item that you need in the Library, you can use our Document Delivery Service (DDS) to request the item. There are a few things to know about this service.
To learn more about DDS, please see our DDS website:
No library can have everything that you'll need for your capstone research. That's why it's good practice to explore the libraries in your area and learn what materials they have and what services they provide. You may have access to a variety of local libraries.
If you are looking for a particular book or journal, you can use WorldCat to see if a library close to you owns the item. To learn more about WorldCat, please see our guide: