The library subscribes to a number of business publications in electronic format which can be accessed using one of these options:
E-mail alerts use your search terms to deliver articles or citations directly to your email inbox. You can schedule them for daily, weekly, or monthly delivery. Instructions to create alerts differ slightly from one database to another, but most require you to:
Articles differ depending on the audience. Business research may depend less on academic publications than on those written for the practitioner. Let's look at the characteristics of the different types:
*Peer review--what's that? A peer reviewed article is-
In addition to library resources, there are reputable news sites to consider. Keep in mind that you may be able to read some of the content from these sites, but most content is restricted to subscribers.
This is where the library can help. The library subscribes to all of the titles listed below. Look for other titles in the online catalog. Enter the title, select Journal Title from the drop down menu, click Search.
This list is representative of the many newspapers that the library has access to. You may have to search a database to find it, though. If the library does not have access to an article you need, consider submitting an interlibrary loan request.
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