International Studies 260: International Careers/Wolf: Welcome
  

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Tutorials

Off-Campus Access

UWM students, faculty & staff can connect to most of the Libraries' subscription databases & electronic journals from off-campus.

In order to access most resources, you will need to authenticate by entering your ePanther ID and password.

Welcome to the UWM Libraries

Beginning the Research Process

When searching for books, articles, or other sources in the UWM Libraries databases, use the keyword searching suggestions below for the best results.

 

   Define your research topic / research question

Write one or more sentences or questions defining your research topic.

 

Example:  What cultural differences should a company consider when creating ads for an international audience?

 
     
Describe your topic using keyword searches.

Write down the keywords (main concepts) that describe your topic. To get the best set of results, also think of synonyms or alternate terms for each of your keywords.

 

Example:

Keywords:

international

differences

ads

Synonym:

global

preferences

advertising

Synonym:

country name

values

marketing

     Next write a few search statements.

Combine your keywords with "and." Remember to use quotation marks and truncation if appropriate.

Example: international and differences and advertis*

 

Business Librarian

Kris Midthun
Email: kabina@uwm.edu

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