Learn how to search business and management databases, find articles, and locate course readings. This also covers authoritative government websites, and other resources that will be helpful to you throughout your program.
Video: Introduction to Business and Management Library Research (YouTube)
Recorded March 2020 (47 min 45 sec)
Get an overview of resources inside and outside of the library to use when looking for data and statistics. This will help you find research for your hook and anchor.
Video: Introduction to Business and IT Statistics Research (YouTube)
Recorded March 2020 (57 min 35 sec)
This session provides specialized literature review advice for DBA students preparing to work on their prospectus, proposal, or any intensive literature review. We will discuss performing comprehensive searches, exploring a gaps in the literature, and the issue of finding your "hook and anchor" for your proposal. We will also demonstrate search logs, indexes, citation chaining and other useful tools.
Video: Library Tips for the DIT & DBA Doctoral Study Literature Review (YouTube)
Recorded March 2020 (57 min 44 sec)
This webinar is designed for students from all fields and program levels interested in learning the basics of finding government documents online. Topics covered include defining government documents, learning when/why we need government documents, and, most importantly, learning where to look for government documents. We will look at resources that cover all three branches of government, as well as others that are more specific.
Video: Introduction to Government Websites (YouTube)
Recorded January 2018 (49 min 34 sec)
Learn about search strategies and organizational tools and explore other relevant topics: