Tag: business

Changes to Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business School Publishing has decided to convert the most popular Harvard Business Review articles to read-only status by disabling the use of the Tools feature in Business Source Complete.  Printing, emailing, saving, citing, and exporting capabilities will no longer be available for 500 of the 12,000+ Harvard Business Review articles.  The records for all [...]

Computers & Applied Sciences Complete Now Available

Computers & Applied Sciences Complete is now available to all Capella learners, faculty and staff. With full text access to more than 1,000 periodicals, this database covers the research and development spectrum of the computing and applied sciences disciplines. Subject coverage includes computer theory and systems, new technologies, and social & professional context. Access Computers [...]

New Journal Focuses on Disasters and Mass Emergencies

Published by the International Research Committee on Disasters, the International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters (IJMED) focuses on the social and behavioral aspects of relatively sudden collective stress situations typically referred to as disasters or mass emergencies. Coverage: 1983 – Present Peer Reviewed: Yes Access: The publisher’s site and SocINDEX* *Make sure to uncheck [...]

Explore the IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package

The IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package (ASPP) provides access to IEEE’s core collection of technology journals. With more than 145 peer reviewed publications, this collection focuses on theoretical and experimental papers, as well as practical applications in technology research, design and specification. To supplement ASPP, two additional IEEE titles have been purchased: IEEE Spectrum and Proceedings [...]

Market Research Tips: Code Systems

When doing market research in government websites, there are a couple of code systems that you should keep in mind. First, the federal government devised the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system in the 1930’s, which divides industries into 11 major categories. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), also used in Canada and in Mexico, [...]

Business Research & Statistics

The business world affects us all because our standard of living is so undeniably incorporated with it throughout our lives. Many of us might be interested in starting our own business. Most of us will need to gather information on investments options for retirement funds. Yet, the business world, with all its complexities, is one [...]

New, Improved LexisNexis Search

The librarians rarely hear that LexisNexis is a learner’s favorite database. Most of the time learners open LexisNexis and immediately think: Okay, now what the heck to I do? Sometimes I feel the exact same way. But LexisNexis has just updated their search page, and I think they’ve made it a lot easier. Instead of [...]

Company Profiles in Business Source Complete

Did you know that you can find Company Profiles (including Data Monitor reports, Company History, Revenue analyses, and SWOT analyses) in Business Source Complete? When you access the Business Source Complete database (via the library’s Articles, Books, and More link), look for the More link on the dark blue bar along the top of the [...]

Harvard Business School Videos in Business Source Complete

The Business Source Complete database now includes 55 videos from the Harvard Business School’s Faculty Seminar Series. These videos cover a variety of business topics, and are about an hour long. You can either watch them online or read a PDF copy of the transcript. If you’d like to see the videos, you can simply [...]

Library Help for Tough Interviews

Looking for a new job? Wondering how you can stand out in an interview? One thing you can easily do to impress an interviewer is to show what you know about a company. And the library can help you do that. The Capella Library has several databases designed for researching specific companies, including LexisNexis and [...]