Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Mar 08, 2017 Views: 1165
The SAGE Knowledge database is a good place to start if you know the name of a theory and want to find more information.
1. From the Walden Library's homepage, hover over or click on Search and Find.
2. Click on Databases by Name
3. In the dropdown choices at the top, click on All Database Types.
4. Click on Encyclopedias and Dictionaries.
5. Click on SAGE Knowledge (formerly SAGE Encyclopedias)
You may be prompted for your username and password. This is the same as what you use in your myWalden portal.
6. In the search box type the name of the theory. For example:
social learning theory
7. Click the magnifying glass to run the search.
8. In the results list, click on the title you want to view.
The entry will have an overview of the theory. If you scroll down you will see the original works cited. Sometimes there might be links below the citations that will take you to the article if we have it in our Library.
- Can I use a database to search for theories?
- How do I find theories in the Gale Virtual Reference Library?
- How do I find theories in SAGE Knowledge?
- Learn how to find books by theorists
- Learn how to find articles by theorists
- Library Guide to Capstone Literature Reviews: Theorists & Theoretical Sources
Do you have other Library questions? Ask a Librarian!