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Business Information Systems - Finding Articles

Our Discovery Service will provide you with many articles you need. But sometimes you, perhaps on a lecturer’s advice, may prefer to look at a specific resource such a named database, single publisher site or even a particular journal title. Consider using one or more  news services to keep you up to date with the business world.

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These are designed to bring together published research (articles, conference papers, possibly books) across defined areas. You can then use their sophisticated search options to find articles written on specific subjects/topics.

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Excellent source of articles from trade journals (e.g. Computer weekly, Businessweek), professional journals (e.g. Harvard Business Review, Information Management Journal) and from academic peer reviewed journals (e.g. MIS Quarterly). Database also includes market reports, company reports and swot analysis from sources such as Marketline and Datamonitor.

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Emerald is a leading publisher of journals covering many management areas including Enterprise and innovation, Information and Knowledge Management, Logistics and Marketing. Good full-text coverage.  You can select articles that are case studies or literature reviews if looking for examples of this type of writing.

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Engineering Village not in Discovery 

Engineering Village is the most comprehensive bibliographic database of scientific and technical engineering and computing research available

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Contains many full text articles and conference papers about computing published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

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In spite of its name, this database gives many full text articles on business and management topics including enterprise and information systems.

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This journal provides unique blend of leading edge research and sound practical management advice. It is aimed at the professional involved with computer security, audit, control and data integrity in all sectors - industry, commerce and academia.

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This is a trade journal aimed at keeping major users and buyers of computer products up to date on all IT developments.

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This academic journal looks in depth at developing theories and applications of e-commerce and its relationship with areas such as finance, law, marketing, and supply chain management.

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This contains peer reviewed articles and reports on all aspects of new technology and data systems that will help managers develop their products and processes.  

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This journal is aimed at managers, professionals, database administrators and senior executives of organizations, who design, implement and manage information systems applications.

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Find peer reviewed articles looking at the developing field of information management, linking practitioners and contributors to developments in discipline s such as computer science, economics, social psychology, management and public administration.

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This high impact journal publishes research that advances the practice & understanding of organizational information systems. Looks at new models of information delivery and the changing landscape of information policy making.

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Articles focus on the management, business and organizational issues associated with the introduction and utilization of information systems as a strategic tool.

Keep up-to-date and develop your awareness of the business world by using these services

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The Economist not in Discovery 

Click through to Publishers site for full-text. Leading weekly magazine covering global political, economic and business news. Includes archive back to 1997. On Campus use only (or use VPN or Web Proxy when away from the University

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Nexis not in Discovery 

Full text articles from many news sources and trade journals both UK and international. Archives sometimes stretching back to the late 1990s.

E-commerce, MIS and BIS are all at 658.054, on the First floor, general computing will be found at 004-006 on the Ground floor. Remember to use Discovery and/or the Catalogue to exploit all our resources.

See also:

You may also find relevant resources listed under: Business & Management and Computing.

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