What is Walden Library?

What is Walden Library?

The Walden University Library contains a vast quantity of online research materials. We carefully select databases of books, journals, dissertations, videos, and more to support the scholarly needs of the Walden community. All resources through the Walden Library are online and digital only.

What is the best database to use for Nursing Research?

Major Research Databases

  • CINAHL Plus with Full Text. CINAHL covers literature related to nursing and allied health.
  • Cochrane Library.
  • EMBASE : Excerpta Medica Database.
  • ERIC on EBSCOhost.
  • HAPI: Health and Psychosocial Instruments :
  • MEDLINE through Ovid (1947 to Present)
  • MEDLINE via [email protected]
  • PsycINFO.

Where can I find peer reviewed journals Walden University?

Enter the journal title (not the article title) in the search box in Ulrich’s. Click on the Search icon and find your journal in the search results. Look for the refereed icon, shaped like an umpire’s jersey, indicating the journal is peer reviewed. It displays on the left side of the page, near the article title.

Which of the following is a database used in nursing research?

CINAHL is an important electronic database for nurses. It covers references to hundreds of nursing and allied health journals, as well as to books, book chapters, and dissertations. CINAHL contains more than 1 million records, but not 15 million.

How do I find out if a journal is peer-reviewed?

Use the Journals and Newspaper Listing. Look up the journal title to find the journal’s location. Find a database that contains the article full text and follow the link. If the database is provided by JSTOR, the article is peer-reviewed.

How do I find peer-reviewed articles?

The easiest way to find a peer-reviewed article is by using one of the Library’s numerous databases. All of the Library’s databases are listed in the Online Journals and Databases index. The databases are divided by name and discipline.

How do I find books in the Walden library?

On the Library homepage click on Publications.

  • Click on Books.
  • In the search box,type in the subject,book title,or author.
  • Click Search .
  • Click on the [email protected] button to get the full text.
  • How do I find the Walden library?

    You can find the Walden Library from the student portal, the Blackboard classroom, or the internet. In your student portal, scroll down to Academic Resources and click on Walden Library . In Blackboard, you can find the link in your classroom on the left side of the page.

    How would a library use a database?

    The Library uses the term ‘database’ to describe a searchable online resource. Usually, the Library pays for access to copyrighted content within licensed databases, although a small number may be freely avialable to access. Using the databases provided by the Library will help you find reliable information from trusted sources.

    What is about library databases?

    About Library Databases A website that requires a paid subscription in order to access information. Contains information from published works such as articles from magazines or encyclopedias. Can be used to search for titles, authors, magazines, dates, etc. Often give you access to full-text articles that can be printed or e-mailed.