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Business

This research guide has been developed by the librarians at the Evans Library to assist students in their Business courses.

Search all Business Resources in Primo

Discover books, articles, videos and more

You can also use our Databases by Subject Areas page.

Recommended Business Sources

The Evans Library provides online access to a large number of business related journals. You can search for articles by clicking on the links below. Need more help? Ask a librarian.

These books can be  found in the 1st floor Reference section or the 2nd floor Circulating section of the Evans Library. If you need help, ask a Librarian!

Stay current, stay informed! Recently published books on topics related to the business world are now available in e-format. Click on the links below to begin reading. If you need help, ask a Librarian!

Streaming films specific to business students through Films on Demand are available on this page.  A short tutorial on using Films on Demand is below. If you need help ask a Librarian!

In American FactFinder you can obtain data in the form of maps, tables, and reports from a variety of Census Bureau sources. From the Main Page find links to data in American FactFinder and other Census Bureau sites:

New users will find data and maps on the most popular topics for their area by clicking on the following buttons from the Main Page:

  • Fact Sheet for quick access to basic demographic, social and economic data on your city, town, county or state or ZIP Code.
  • People to find more popular tables on a variety of topics (age, education, income, race and more) for your area.
  • Housing to find popular tables on home values, ownership, housing characteristics and mortgage.
  • Business and Government for data on housing starts, government finances, foreign trade and more.
  • About the Data - Censuses and Surveys to learn more about how the Census Bureau organizes and presents data from many sources
  • Use the Help button at the top of each page to go to specific help for the page you are on, and for more information about the site.
  • Read the introduction to the main page of American Factfinder for basic background on using the site.