To search for a topic, use the Advanced Search page and enter your search terms, using the drop-down menus to specify where those terms should appear inside each item in the results list. To explore topics in relation to each other, click on the Visual Search tab. Enter a keyword, such as strategy or employment, into the Find box and hit the Search button
One of the more popular sources to search in BSU is Harvard Business Review. Here are some easy steps to search from the digital shelf. See screenshot below to give you an idea how this works, example is an article entitled "Eager Sellers & Stony Buyers" which was published in June 2006:
The search result should look like this (see screenshot below).
The first one is the article itself, including a link to the PDF to download. The second result (and there may be more, but not for this particular article) is a Letter to the Editor. Sometimes there is a follow-up editorial note as well, also in PDF.
You can search for other journal articles replicating these steps. If you have trouble finding the article, feel free to e-mail the Business Information Services library team at email@example.com.
In order to download articles, make sure to enable pop-ups for advance.lexis.com
To search for company profiles, select the company info box on the home page and select Company Profile from the drop-down to search for a company by name.
Access this resource directly through the UIUC proxy link above.
This is a comprehensive database of scholarly journals, magazines, trade publications, newspapers, books, reports, dissertations, and working papers. To get database help, click here and then click on various links in the left-hand navigation column such as 'Basic Search' or 'Advanced Search: Database Specific.'
For example, to search for industry statistics and reports: Search for an industry name as a subject or enter/look up NAICS code; choose "statistics/data report" as "document type"; click search.