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BAM101/BAM107 Business Research Tutorial

Finding Business Articles (Step by Step)

Click to expand each step, to learn more about how to find articles on business topics:

Browse the text, or look through the index or table of contents for ideas

  • Start at Seneca Libraries:
  • Click on the Subject Guides button
  • Choose the Business subject guide:
  • Click on one of the key business databases (e.g. ABI/INFORM, Canadian Business and Current Affairs, or Canadian Major Dailies)

Type keywords on your business topic (e.g. corporate culture)

  • Check the box beside Full Text
  • Choose a publication date range
  • Click Search
  • Consider further narrowing your search by source type (e.g. newspaper or magazine article)
  • To bring more relevant results to the top of the list, sort search results by Relevance

  • Click on the title of one of the current, relevant articles on your topic
  • Read the article
  • Save, print or email the article

Below is an example of search results from a database with the keywords corporate culture:

Search results in Canadian Major Dailies for keywords corporate culture, in the last 12 months

Note that the articles retrieved in this search are all current and feature the words corporate culture in their text

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