There are different ways to do this. Here are two: 1. Business journal databases like ABI/INFORM and Business Source Elite have a way to look for articles on a topic in specific journals.
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Rod Library recently added access to ProQuest’s Historic New York Times, a database which provides cover-to-cover access to full page and article images from 1851 – 2003. This link, for example, shows the the front page reports on the "Black Thursday" stock crash in 1929.
Let's say you want to find articles on cheating that appeared in the Journal of Business Ethics. There are different ways to do this; here's one approach: 1. find a database that indexes Journal of Business Ethics. Databases like ABI/INFORM and Business Source Elite index several thousand business journals and magazines. 2. Connect to ABI/INFORM. Click the Publications tab and enter Journal of Business Ethics in the Search box. You will get a page for this journal that lists available issues and includes a search box to enter terms. 3.
Answer: Business students are probably looking for the ProQuest database called ABI/INFORM Global. (Rod Library subscribes to other ProQuest databases that cover fields like criminal justice, art, and music.) When you connect to ABI/INFORM, you'll see that ProQuest is in large letters. 1. ABI/INFORM Global can be accessed from the Rod Library Business Portal.
Welcome! The purpose of the Rod Library BizBlog is to communicate with UNI College of Business Administration students, faculty, and others about library research tools, tips, and research news related to their major fields of study and research. I will periodically post entries about new resources or new features of resources that have been around a while. If I notice the same questions being asked regularly, I may post entries that make suggestions or give tips on how to address the questions.