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This guide is for students in Management.


Library Books for Management

The University Library owns more than 30,000 books on management. A list of management books can be found via OneSearch, here.

Journals for Management

The library offers access to many Journals. Try a Management subject search.


Free Management Library: Management tips and resources.

Biz Info Library: Various management and leadership topics. Business forms and templates: Free business forms, contracts and templates.

How to write a successful business plan

Library Databases

Business Source Premier: Do a keyword search on the home page for your subject area. You can narrow your search by changing the dropbox next to the search box to "Subject" and entering terms like "management" or "human resources." You can also limit to a subject such as "Case studies" to find articles geared toward this type of information.
ou can also choose the "Publications" link at the top of the page and keyword search for journals on your subject area.

Finding a SWOT analysis using LexisNexis: go to Search by Content Type and choose Company Profiles. Choose Advanced Options then select Hoover's Company and Industry Reports and U.S. Public Company Reports as your sources.
 Next, type your company name and SWOT in the search box. Look for an item that says SWOT and click on the corresponding link. Tip: Narrow results on the left margin by clicking on Company, then choose your company's name.

JSTOR: Do a keyword search such as "human resources" and "management" to find articles.

ABI/INFORM Complete: Choose the "Business" link on the right. Do a keyword search on a particular term such as "change management" or "organizational change."

SpringerLink: Access journal articles under the "Business and Economics" or the "Humanities, Social Sciences, and Law" links on the left.

Academic Search Premier: A multi-disciplinary database that covers a broad range of topics. Do a keyword search on your topic.

Emerald Fulltext: Find academic journals articles on management topics, including case studies.

Google Scholar: Search for scholarly journal articles and books. Follow the directions in our database list to set up Scholar to also search the library's full-text articles.