Welcome to Database of the Week, a feature from the Roland G. Parrish Library of Management & Economics. These weekly snapshots will give you basic information about our most relevant and beneficial online resources.
This Week’s Featured Database: EBSCO databases: Applied Science & Technology, Business Source Premier, EconLit, Hospitality & Tourism Complete, Newspaper Source, Omnifile Full Text Mega, psychINFO, Social Sciences Full Text
Link:www.lib.purdue.edu/libraries/mgmt, under Collections, click on List of Business Databases.
Description/focus: EBSCO is the provider of the subject-specific databases named above.
Start with this hint: The main page for searching any EBSCO database has a link to let you search one, many, or all of the databases that it hosts, and the search options and tools are consistent throughout. Try, for example, EconLit. Search for a topic of your choice and results can be limited to Academic Journals; they can also be refined by date. Try Advanced Search for more options. See here for a short video tutorial on the basics of searching any EBSCO database.
Why you should know this provider: Although we have selected the 8 databases that are most relevant to the subject areas covered by the Parrish Libraries, EBSCO hosts scores of databases covering subjects from gerontology to women’s studies.
How this database can be integrated into the curriculum: The easy interface makes EBSCO databases especially accessible to students. The databases include the most important academic journals as well as industry news and international newspapers.
Cost: Varies by database.
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