Answered By: Jon Allinder Last Updated: Jan 11, 2018 Views: 162
The Walden University Library supports the research needs of Walden University students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Our entire collection is online, and most of our services are conducted virtually.
Librarians are available to assist in understanding and using the Walden Library. Here are some examples of tasks where we can provide instruction:
- how to locate required library course readings
- how to conduct research in the databases
- how to evaluate resources
Remember, scholarly research takes practice. Maximize your efforts and elevate your work by learning search strategies and time-saving tips early in your program. Our Library skills development and help tools include:
Guides to the research process
See step-by-step guides for Library basics, including how to search for articles, evaluate resources, find statistics, verify peer review, and more. It also includes technical help.
Instructional Media (webinars, labs, and tutorials)
Attend a live, online workshop or see an archived lab on a variety of research topics
Ask a Librarian
Contact a librarian for personalized help.
Another great place for Library help is right here! Quick Answers will not have advice for your exact research topic, so phrase your question about the task you need to do.
Instead of: success strategies for online learning
Try: How do I find articles on a topic?
Do you have other Library questions? Ask a Librarian!