Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Oct 03, 2019 Views: 7
You can search in one of the dissertation databases, using terms related to your specialization.
Because every university offers different specializations, there is no way in the database to limit by a field of specialization.
- On the Library homepage scroll down and click on Dissertations.
- In the Walden Dissertations box, click the Dissertations & Theses at Walden University link. You may be prompted to log in with your myWalden Portal user name and password.
Note: You should now be on the Advanced Search page with more than one search box. If you only have one search box on your screen, click on the Advanced Search link.
- Click on Add a Row until you have three rows of search boxes.
- For a more precise search, we will search for our terms in the Abstract. To the right of each search box, change the dropdown option to: Abstract - AB
- Set up the search and click search to run the search.
First search box: curriculum
Second search box: instruction
Third search box: assessment
Examples of other searches to try:
In the first search box: higher education OR college OR university OR post secondary OR postsecondary
In the second search box: adult learning
In the first search box: community college
In the second search box: leadership or leader
Tip: use the word OR between similar terms in one search box to expand your search.
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- Database Search Skills Guide
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