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How To Find Articles

To find articles in scholarly journals, magazines or newspapers or trade journals,  select the Articles/Scholarly, Magazine, Trade Journals/Newspapers  tab above. Keep in mind that many databases have several types of publications and you usually need to specify what type of publication you want.

To find information on companies, select the Company Financial Information tab above. The links provide acess to databases and web sites that provide company information.

To find financial information on companies, select the Company Financial Information tab. There are a number of databases listed here that provide financial information on companies.

To find information on Industries and the Economy (both microand macro) select the Industry and Economics tab. There are databases and web site links to vauable sources of information on these topics.

    Find Books using Blais, Link + and WorldCat

    • Blais/the Library's OPAC
      You can search for books, videos and DVDs, music scores, and other materials in Blais, the online catalog. There are many ways to search; for example, by author, by title, or by keyword. If the library does not own the book, check Link+ below.
    • WorldCat  
      For a comprehensive book search on a very difficult topic or a comprehensive dissertation level research project, search WorldCat, a book catalog with worldwide access - many books found there are accessible via InterLibrary Loan.

    Strategies for More Efficient Research

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    Reference Management Software

    • RefWorks  Icon
      A web-based system to create and manage your own database of articles, web pages, and other resources for your research. Use the records in your database to format notes and bibliographies in the appropriate style (MLA, APA, etc.) for your papers.
    • Endnote
      Endnote is available from the bookstore at a student rate (around $100) and has a web-based version called Endnote Web which is available to CUC users. This software is more powerful, but less effective for collaboration than Refworks
    • Zotero
      "Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. It lives right where you do your work—in the web browser itself."

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