Use Mardigian Search to begin your research.
Mardigian Search allows you to search through the entire library collection and many of the databases all at once.
Mardigian Search is a single search for all materials in the library:
See the video tutorial on using Mardigian Search below.
You can also search within specific databases to locate articles. Below are a few suggested databases, although you can browse the entire business database collection to see all your database options.
You can search the databases below for articles from academic and scholarly journals.
Search Tip: After entering your search terms in the search box, choose the 3 output options: full text, peer reviewed, and scholarly journals. Once articles are retrieved, reduce the number of ‘hits’ by specifying a date range. Do another search, using the related search terms that appear at the top of the results page.
Search Tip: From the advanced search page, select "peer reviewed" under "Limit your results" and "academic journals" under "publication type."
Search Tip: After entering your search terms in the search box, choose the “keyword” or “title” field, as well as a date range of your choice. Once articles are retrieved, you can filter to “journals” or “books”.