Library Business Resources ENL 265 Business Communication Kate Randall Haley Librarian, Business & Economics University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Claire T. Carney Library © Copyright 2010 Kate Randall Haley Key Points of Contact UMass Dartmouth Library Reference Desk
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Kate Randall Haley
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Note the number of articles retrieved below; sorting by type reduces each set of results.
Sort the articles retrieved by type: Scholarly
Scholarly journal articles are usually longer, more in-depth or specialized, use a peer-review process, are available by subscription or in libraries, with lengthy bibliographies.
Sort the articles retrieved by type: Magazine
Magazine articles are usually short, more general or current-events based, are available in convenience or bookstores, with no bibliographies.
Sort the articles retrieved by type: Trade Publication
Trade Publication articles are often shorter, are likely to be more current, are generally focused on a specific industry or an area such as marketing, are available by subscription or in libraries, and may include bibliographies or references.
Sort the articles retrieved by type: Newspaper
Business newspaper articles are usually quite short, are likely to be the most current, are generally focused on a specific company or unusual recent event, are available everywhere, never include bibliographies but may reference other reports.
Special reports such as case studies, dissertations, or working papers may also be available. Use these to add value to your understanding of your topic in this case.
Suggested topics derive from your original search and can be broader, narrower, or related. Click on “cultural differences and globalization” to greatly narrow your results.
These results will typically be much fewer and a little less current, and may not include all types, but may be more relevant or specific. You may sort again by type to choose individual articles.