Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Jan 07, 2018 Views: 2170
Yes the Library does have some specific video collections.
Note: the videos embedded in your classroom are not available in the Library.
Here are the steps to locate databases that have videos.
1. From the Walden Library's homepage, in the center of the page, click on Databases A-Z.
2. In the dropdown choices at the top, click on All Database Types.
4. Use the scroll bar in the box to scroll down and click on Video.
5. Click on the database you want to view.
You may be prompted for your username and password. This is the same as what you use in your myWalden portal.
See below for more information about videos:
Your required course videos are usually found in your classroom under the week or module resources.
Videos from Counseling and Therapy in Video:
If this is a required video in your course, look for a direct link in your course guide.
The Library does not have access to theatrical films, such as The Color Purple. You may be able to access copies through your local public library or an online streaming service, such as Netflix or Amazon Video.
Library Help Videos and Webinars:
The Library has many videos and webinars on topics such as finding articles, theorists, literature review research, and more. You can access these videos on the Walden Library's YouTube channel. They are also found throughout the Library website and help guides.
Do you have other Library questions? Ask a Librarian!