Answered By: Lynn VanLeer
Last Updated: Jul 06, 2017     Views: 4612

You can use the Walden Library's databases to discover measurements, tests, surveys or instruments. 

We have three databases that contain information about, and sometimes the full text of, measurements, tests, surveys, and instruments:


Here is how you can access these databases, as well as additional resources on finding tests and measures:

1.  On the Library homepage, hover your cursor over Search & Find in the blue tool bar along the top of the page.

2.  From the drop-down menu, click on Tests & Measures.

3.  On this page, you can access the Library's test databases, as well as learn more about identifying and obtaining the full text of tests.


Search Tip: Finding a test or measure to use in your research is not a simple process. You can learn more about what is involved in finding and using a measurement on our guide:

Do you have other research questions?  Ask a Librarian

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