Searching for and Downloading Resources One of the most comprehensive resources available to you at this moment is the Walden Library. As a Walden student, you have access to stores of information you may find invaluable both in this course and in your professional career. This Application Assignment will give you hands-on practice searching the library databases and downloading full-text articles as well as citations and abstracts. To prepare for this assignment: • Review "Study Notes: Evaluating Resources"; "Scholarly Journals, Trade Publications, and Popular Magazines"; and "Distinguishing Scholarly Journals From Other Periodicals" in this week's Resources. Also view the presentation on conducting a library search, "Tips for Effective Library Searches." • Conduct a keyword search, using Business Source Complete database, on a management topic in an area of interest to you. • Download a full-text, peer-reviewed article related to the management topic you selected. After you have selected and read your article:
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2012 for the course MBA MMBA6501-5 taught by Professor Bush during the Spring '11 term at Walden University.