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Starting Your Research
Here are some tips that will help get you started.
First things first, decide on a topic. Once decided, you will need to create a research question. Derive search terms using synonyms of that topic. Start using a general database [like the one below]. Try searching in a specific electronic journal. When you have questions, ask a librarian.
Business Source Premier
Covers journals in business, management, and economics. Most articles are full text. Provided by BadgerLink.
A collection of full text journals and ebooks.
Full text of back issues of selected titles.