Several Walden undergraduate instructors have put together model papers for students in their courses, with advice on formatting and organizing material in written assignments. Below, you will find two examples used in Walden undergraduate courses. Keep in mind that your instructor may have specific preferences, so always use your instructor’s guidelines first. Jump to the bottom of this webpage to view video tutorials on how to use the course paper templates.
This Word template provides a starting point for course papers at Walden. Some schools have their own requirements that might differ slightly, so always check for each class if there are different formatting requirements. Jump to the bottom of this webpage to view video tutorials on how to use the course paper templates. Starting April 6, 2016, Walden papers no longer require running headers, and the course templates have been updated to reflect this change.
For additional writing guidelines, please refer to the School of Nursing handbook.
Though there is no official APA format for PowerPoint presentations, the Writing Center has created a basic template that includes formatting suggestions and tips. Review what the APA Style Blog has to say about presentations here.
Several Walden programs require a PDP, but the content and layout vary. You can review information on the purpose of PDPs for guidance. If you have not been provided a guideline, you may want to begin with the basic PDP templates here. Jump to the bottom of this webpage to view video tutorials on how to use the course paper templates.
Some programs have sent us templates or exemplars that offer more specific guidance. See below: