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Library resources suggested for this class.

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We’ve done our best to select the most pertinent materials for these Course Resources pages, but if these are not helping with your topic/project, we encourage you to use the Schedule an Appointment link in the Profile box on this page.

Resources for this class

Business news and articles may be another way to explore the topics in this class. For current news, use the following:

For business articles, from more practical reporting on the markets or an event's effects on the markets, try ABI/INFORM or Business Source Premier. For increasingly scholarly, theoretical studies, use Business Source Premier and ScienceDirect - which includes the most highly regarded business, finance, and management journals as well as "science." (The most theoretical, number-crunching articles will be found in ScienceDirect.)

I'm not sure if "analysts' reports" are pertinent to this class, but just in case...

If you need some background, "catch up" information on the topics in this class, this source might be useful:

The resources presented here represent my "best guess" as to what might be useful to you for this class. Please let me know if you need different or additional resources - if they are available, I am happy to add them!

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Advice for Enhancing Your Research Success

Here are a few tips to for researching:

  • Google often isn't helpful. The best business information is not free.  However, the library does subscribe to numerous resources.
  • When using these databases, adjust your search terms if you're not getting the results you hoped for--try synonyms and scour article titles, abstracts, and subject headings in your search results for likely search terms to use.  Sometimes a thesaurus or encyclopedia come in handy when brainstorming search terms.
  • Use double quotes to search multiple words as a phrase (e.g. "new age" finds these terms in exact order).
  • Use an asterisk to substitute for letters at the end of a word (e.g. crit* finds critic, criticism, critique etc.).
  • If you can't find what you're looking for, schedule an appointment!

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