One of our top business resources is Proquest Business Collection. Easy to use, it makes finding scholarly journal articles as fast and straightforward as Googling (or faster: the quality of results is guaranteed so no need to analyse the source).
Under the hood, this is actually the following distinct databases:
So as well as a strong coverage of business topics, it is also a good bet for anything in the specific areas mentioned above. We have our own guide to the database (PDF) but to get the most out of it, try the in-depth resources that Proquest themselves provide:
Detailed User Guide (PDF)
YouTube playlist of videos that cover every aspect of the interface. Most of the videos are under 2 minutes long. Try using the thesaurus to help you find the best search terms for your topic:
or the Advanced Search for power-searching tips:
Note: The Business Collection shares the same interface as other Proquest subject resources (e.g. ASSIA) so the Proquest guides refer to the general interface, not the business collection specifically.
Swansea University Library now has a subscription to SCOPUS.
SCOPUS is the largest abstract and citation database of both peer-reviewed research literature and quality web sources. With nearly 19,500 titles from 5,000 publishers worldwide, SCOPUS offers researchers a quick, easy and comprehensive resource to support their research needs in a wide variety of subjects including science, engineering, medicine, health and life sciences, arts and humanities, social sciences, psychology, and economics.
If you are a researcher you can…
- …find out who is citing you, and how many citations an article or an author has received.
- …use the refine results overview to quickly see the main journals, disciplines and authors that publish in your area of interest.
- …uncover important and relevant articles for your topic.
Take a look at these online tutorials to see how SCOPUS can help your research.
Available both on and off campus, you can access SCOPUS using this link to iFind Discover, the library catalogue and click on the Access this resource link (Athens username and password required)
If you need any further help using this new resource please contact your subject librarians