Stephanie McReynolds, Librarian for Business, Management, and Entrepreneurship at SU Libraries, is available for video or phone consultations about business and entrepreneurship research resources. She has resumed LaunchPad and Whitman Office Hours virtually, with appointments available on her on-line scheduler.
Good sources of on-line research include the Business Information Guide and the Databases A-Z list for Business & Entrepreneurship. Additionally, SU Libraries has recently added two new resources to its online collections that may be of wide interest across departments/schools/colleges on campus — the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Previously, SU Libraries provided online access to all articles that were first published in the print version of these publications, but were not able to provide access to the online content available exclusively via subscriptions to the publishers’ websites.
See below for more information about accessing these new resources:
In addition, education.wsj.com provides information about resources for faculty and students in order for you to take full advantage of the access provided by Syracuse University.
Note, if you already have an individual subscription to the digital version of the Wall Street Journal, you can cancel your subscription and sign up with your syr.edu email address to the access now provided by Syracuse University Libraries. To register, follow the steps outlined on the Wall Street Journal Guide (above).
Note, if you already have an individual subscription to the digital version of the New York Times, you can cancel your subscription and sign up with your syr.edu email address to the access now provided by Syracuse University Libraries. For registration, follow the steps outlined on the Digital New York Times Guide (above). FYI— New York Times Digital Edition access provided by Syracuse University Libraries does not include crossword puzzles or recipes.
Many publishers and database vendors are offering temporary free access to online collections, either directly to users or via established relationships with certain libraries. SU Libraries has gathered information about the newly available temporarily free resources on the Free or Expanded Online Resources Guide. This guide is continually updated, so check back to see whether new resources have been added. The guide includes pages on eBooks and eJournals, Textbooks, Course Materials, and Streaming Video.
As a reminder, the above resources are in addition to the many online resources SU Libraries continues to offer the Syracuse University community, which are best summarized on the continually updated page: While Our Doors are Closed, We’re Still Open for Business.
Submitted by Stephanie McReynolds, email@example.com