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Material about Specific Business Topics
Books and reference sources can help you find background information and historical information about the business world. Below are links to Skyline, the online library catalog, for online and print material related to specific topics. Browse these topics and if you see one you like - go and find it!
Does Auraria Library own the item?
Though Auraria Library has access to thousands of online and print materials, no library has everything. However, it's likely you can get access to an item through other sources!
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Enter the title to determine if Auraria Library has a copy of the book. Limit by material type, publication date, author, and more.
Not in our library? Search this catalog, which has material from academic, public, and special libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. Auraria Campus students, staff, and faculty can request over 30 million books, journals, DVDs, CDs, videos and other material at no charge and the item(s) will be delivered to Auraria Library for pick-up.
Still no luck? Get materials from libraries around the world here. This extremely comprehensive catalog lists the holdings of thousands of libraries throughout North America & beyond.
Can't find an item anywhere? Request the item via Interlibrary Loan. You can request journal articles, books, and other material. You will first need to create an account and then enter the citation information of the item you need.
Start your business writing with an outline of your business topic. Whether you are writing a business letter or crafting a "Business Plan" or "Marketing Plan." A focused outline is essential for writing an effective research paper and conducting effective searches of company resources, article databases, and industry sources. While starting your paper think about...
- How much do you already know about a company's market or their product?
- What keywords from NAICS are used to describe their products or services?
- Is their market covered primarily by trade magazines or financial services newsletters?
- What personal interest do you have in their market or products?
- Do you have any strong philosophical or business views about their product?