Answered By: Lynn VanLeer
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2018     Views: 876

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?

  1. On the Library homepage, type your search term in the main search box. 
  2. Sign in with your myWalden username and password when prompted.
  3. Add other keywords as needed. 
  4. Click on Search. 

Here is an example search: 

In the first search box type:

case study

In the second search box type:

entrepreneur or small business​
 

Here is a screenshot of that search set up in a subject specific database:

 

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