Answered By: Lynn VanLeer Last Updated: Mar 07, 2019 Views: 2785
The easiest way to find and search in Thoreau is to start on the Library's homepage.
Tip: Thoreau searches many, but not all, of our databases at once. See a full list of what databases are included in Thoreau.
- On the Library homepage, type your keyword into the main search box and click the search icon. This is set to search Thoreau.
- Enter your MyWalden user name and password if prompted. You will be taken to a screen with three search boxes.
- Type your other keywords in the other search boxes to narrow your search.
Search tip: Break your topic down into keywords and type one concept or keyword per box.
Learn how to set up a database search.
- Under the search boxes use the limiter options to refine your search. Examples: Full Text, Date, or Peer Review.
- Click Search.
Do you have other questions about using Thoreau? Ask a Librarian!