Answered By: Erin Guldbrandsen Last Updated: Jan 14, 2018 Views: 11
The subject search box will automatically search across many different databases at once but limited to only subject-related journals.
Unfortunately, it does not search across all Walden Library databases. This means the subject search box is most helpful for weekly assignments, discussion posts, and other course work. It is not intended for research requiring comprehensive review of literature, such as a doctoral capstone.
If you are working on a literature review for a doctoral dissertation or study, refer to the Literature Review Guide for more information on choosing databases appropriate for your topic.
- How do I find databases by subject?
- How do I get Library help for an assignment?
- How do I find scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles?
- Keyword Search Strategy Guide
Do you have other questions about searching for articles? Ask a Librarian!