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Last Updated: Jan 6, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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This is a guide to your library's books, databases, and services that support your courses and research.


Ask the Business Librarian

if offline, email Roye at,
visit me at Tepper, Tuesdays 2-4, outside Cooper Auditorium, or make a consultation appointment.


The library recommends Endnote, Mendeley and Zotero for citation management - see more information here.
In the databases below, you can track citations, find journal impact factors, do literature reviews, etc.
  • Web of Science
    Perhaps the most thorough source for scholarly literature of the sciences, social sciences and the arts & humanities. Documents include articles, proceedings, editorials, letters, meeting reports and book reviews. Scholarly metrics for journals and scholars are included.
  • Scopus
    Giant academic database containing peer-reviewed journals, book series, and conference proceedings - coverage of scientific, medical, technical and social science (management and economics) topics. Citation searching is a feature.
  • Google scholar
    also has citation tracing features

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