it didn’t work, or they wanted me to purchase the resource. I knew this couldn’t be right because it would become too expensive to complete any assignment. Thank goodness for Walden’s ability to search for help. On my home page search engine it took me to a very informative page that made searching a little simpler. The page gave some helpful hints on how to search and or locate articles.(Walden University Academic Answers, n.d.) I found my article using EBSCO Discovery Center. When searching for a peer-reviewed or academic article, I found it easier to narrow down the search by setting the dates for a 5-year range, check full-text articles and peer-reviewed articles. Even after applying these filters, it still returned with over four thousand results. I do recommend using EBSCO Discovery Center as it provides access to many resources. However, I will have to use more of the filtering options to narrow down the number of articles presented. I also used
2 Science direct by way of wanting to read an item located in Elsevier. Once I logged in to the website, it sent an email to the Walden email to verify that I was an active student. Then the article opened up in Science Direct. Science Direct could be helpful because it can track the materials that you have read in one place without having to keep searching for them over and over again. Science Direct provides access to 1,000’s of scholarly
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