|Locate periodicals||Find background information|
|Find books||Citing sources|
These are only some of the sources that may be useful to you. Contact me for research suggestions: Joan Quinn, x1457, or email AskUs.
You may also want to look at the general Business Subject Guide.
The library subscribes to databases containing articles relating to globalization.. Access these databases from the High Library webpage under Search and Find Articles.
To access databases from outside of the Elizabethtown College campus network, on the library webpage, click on Database access from outside E-town network , supply your network ID and password, and click on Search and Find Articles.
Choose the most specific database for your topic. Databases you might use include:
Business Source Elite – Covers business, management, economics, finance. Includes full-text articles and company profiles - Datamonitor reports.
SocINDEX with Full Text.
Lexis-Nexis Includes articles from newspapers, magazines, news wires and media transcripts; industry information and company financial information; full-text articles.
EconLit References to literature in the field of economics.
Proquest Digital Microfilm - The Wall Street Journal, Barron's and the New York Times, full-page text and images from 2008 to present (two month delay).
International Financial Statistics On-line version of the publication of the same name produced by the International Monetary Fund.
World Bank Data World Bank Data, published by the World Bank. Includes statistical series, development data.
Use the links within the databases to limit results to scholarly (peer reviewed) journals, to articles that are full-text and to articles published within a certain date or geographical range. Use subject links to further refine your search.
If the article is full-text in html or pdf format, you can print, email, or download the article.
The Locate Etown Journals link means that the article may be full-text in another database or in the library print/microfilm collection.
Journals held in the library are in three formats: microfilm, microfiche, and print. You can order copies of microfilm/microfiche articles by using ILLiad Log in to ILLiad, click on Request an Article and fill out the form. You will receive an email when the article is available on ILLiad for downloading. You can also make copies of microfilm/microfiche articles by using the fiche/film copiers located in the library.
Get copies of periodical articles in print format by coming into the library and copying the article. You can also use the copy machine on the second floor of the library to scan articles, create a PDF document, and email the PDF to yourself.
The Request on Interlibrary Loan link means that the article is not available at the High Library but can be requested from another library. Click on this link to use the ILLiad - Interlibrary Loan system to order copies of articles. When the article is available for downloading from ILLiad you will get a notification email.
Use the Locate E-Town Journals link on the library webpage to find journal titles that are in the library and in library databases. Type in the title of the journal to get links to full-text articles in library databases and to find the format of titles held physically in the library.
Find Internet sites
Search the internet efficiently by using google advanced search. Use the directory structure of Google to find websites. From the Google search page, click on: More, Even More, Directory.
Try other search engines, such as ask.com search.yahoo.com
To find highly rated academic web sites on specific subjects, use:
- BEOnline Plus: -- Business and Economics Online - Library of Congress
- Infomine, Scholarly Internet Resource Collection: http://infomine.ucr.edu
- IPL2 - Internet Public Library http://www.ipl.org/
- WWW Virtual Library: http://www.vlib.org/
- University of Wisconsin Scout Report: http://scout.wisc.edu/Archives/
- Intute: http://www.intute.ac.uk/
Federation of International Trade Associations - web resources
Statistical Resources on the Web- Foreign Government Data Sources
BEOnline Plus: -- Business and Economics Online - Library of Congress
Use the High Library catalog to find books, videos, CDs and other materials located within the library. Always prefer a subject search. Use the "You Found Titles in Categories" links to broaden your search. Use the "Try These Too" links to narrow your search. To find a specific kind of material, from the catalog search page use the Type pull-down menu to select the kind of material you would like, e.g., videos, DVDs, CDs, scores, reference books , etc.
Use the WorldCat database to find books held by other libraries. Within WorldCat, you can request books from other libraries, by clicking on Request on Interlibrary Loan and logging in to ILLiad using your network ID and password. Prefer books held by ACLCP (other local college) libraries since delivery time is quicker.
Find background information/Reference books
The reference collection is located on the main floor of the library; items in the collection must be used in the library.
European Marketing Data and Statistics (Ref 338.094 Eu89)
Exporter's Encyclopedia. Wealth of information including country profiles, communication, transportation and trade information. (Ref 382.6 Ex96)
Yearbook of International Trade Statistics (Ref 382.05 Un58y)
International Business Resources -- High Library Research Guide.
International Affairs Resources
Business Research Guides
Encyclopedia of Business Information Sources. 2010 (Ref 330.016 En56)
Format references/work cited Use this guide to correctly cite sources.
Citing Electronic Sources- APA Style Tips prepared by High Librarians on citing e-resources.
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