Answered By: Erin Guldbrandsen
Last Updated: May 31, 2017     Views: 4906

You can find completed Walden Ed.D. project studies in the Walden-only version of the ProQuest Dissertations database.

Follow these steps to find examples of Walden Ed.D. project studies:

1. On the Library homepage hover your cursor over Search & Find in the toolbar along the top of the page.

2. From the drop-down menu click on Dissertations.

3. 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.

4. You should now be on the Advanced Search page with three rows of search boxes.

Note: If you only have one search box on your screen, click on the Advanced Search link above the search box.

5. Set up your search:

First search box:

"Project Study"

Note: Including the quotation marks tells the database to search for these words as a complete phrase and not as individual words.

To the right of that, click on the Anywhere except full text ALL drop-down menu and change it to:

Document text — FT

Second search box:

Ed. D.

To the right of that, click on the Anywhere except full text ALL drop-down menu and change it to:

Degree — DG 


6. Click on the Search button.

Tip: To verify that a dissertation is an Ed.D project study, look at the title page of the document where the degree information is listed.

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