Answered By: Erin Gabrielson
Last Updated: May 17, 2016     Views: 7657

You can find dissertations in the ProQuest Dissertations database.

The ProQuest Dissertations databases provides access to dissertations from many colleges and universities around the world, including Walden. Most dissertations after 1997 are available in full text.

Follow these steps to find dissertations:

1. On the Library homepage hover your cursor over Search & Find in the toolbar along the top of the page.

2. From the drop-down menu click on Dissertations.

3. In the All Dissertations box, click the Dissertations & Theses link. You may be prompted to log in with your myWalden Portal user name and password.

Search all dissertations

Search all dissertationsYou may be prompted to log in with your myWalden Portal user name and password.

4. You should now be on the Advanced Search page with three rows of search boxes. If you only have one search box on your screen, click on the Advanced Search link above the search box.

5. Set up your search:

In the first search box, enter a topic. For example:

"Teacher Evaluation"

Note: Including the quotation marks tells the database to search for these words as a phrase and not as individual words.

6. Click on the Search button.


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