Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jan 08, 2018 Views: 907
Here is an example of a search that you can do in the Thoreau multiple database search to find case studies with a keyword search. A keyword search is the broadest search.
Note: you can do a similar search in the subject database of your choice. See: How do I find databases by subject?
- On the Library homepage, type your search term in the main search box.
- Sign in with your myWalden username and password when prompted.
- Add other keywords as needed.
- Click on Search.
Here is an example search:
In the first search box type:
In the second search box type:
entrepreneur or small business
Here is a screenshot of that search set up in a subject specific database:
- How do I find case studies with a Subject Term search?
- How to find case studies with the Document Type limiter?
- How do I find case studies in the databases?
- Where can I find Harvard Business case studies?
- Learn about conducting case study research from the Center for Research Quality
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