Answered By: Lajmar Anderson Last Updated: Aug 09, 2015 Views: 949
You can find articles on success factors for doctoral learners by searching in the Walden Library databases.
First, you’ll want to brainstorm keywords to represent the success factors you’d like to study. For example, here are some possible keywords:
To find articles focusing on doctoral learners, try keywords related to students in doctoral programs. “Doctoral learner” is not a commonly-used phrase; instead, consider using “doctoral student."
Here is an example of a search that you can do in Thoreau, our multi-database search tool, to find articles on persistence and doctoral students:
1. From the Library homepage, click the blue Articles by Topic button.
2. Click the Thoreau link in the Search multiple databases box at the top of the right column.
3. Enter your keywords in the search boxes.
For example, first search box:
Second search box:
4. Click on the Search button.
5. You should now have a list of articles on persistence and graduate students.
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