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Business Source Premier
Business and industry information.
CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health)
Research in the area of healthcare, fitness, exercise.
Full text and/or cited references to scholarly literature (articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions) from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites for virtually all subject areas. Resources available to Auraria Library users have a link labeled "Auraria Library Resources".
IBISWorld Industry Market Research
IBIS World Industry Research Reports provides current reports on U.S. industries. Each report consists of 30 to 40 pages of key statistics and analysis on market characteristics, operating conditions, current and forecast performance, major industry participants and more. The Library subscribes only to this section of IBISWorld.
Comprises more than 28 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.
Articles on sports, leisure, and physical fitness. Includes academic journals and trade publications.
Web of Science
Massive collection of scholarly materials covers virtually all topic areas. Content, including articles, proceedings, and more, is pulled from various collections and is cross-searchable.
Best practices for searching databases
Start My Research
Besides the article databases listed on this page, try this tool, also found in the middle of the library home page. You can search across nearly all of our databases at once.
Organize your research topic. Use the required elements for each type of paper (industry or product) found in your syllabus.
Determine where you are most likely to find these required elements. Below are just a few examples.
- research = scholarly articles from Web of Science or CINAHL
- industry information = IBISWorld or Business Source Premier
- product information = Trade journals and websites
Keep your search simple, use one or two terms that define you major concepts.
Always copy your citation information for articles that you want to use or just think you might want to use. Databases let you import or email that information.