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* Research Activity
1: Review the Search Terms concept map and the ABI/Inform video on this page.
2: Complete the Step 2 Tasks on the Eng205 Library Research Activity.
Recommended Article Databases for English 205
Indexes articles in over 6,000 scholarly journals, magazines, newspapers, and trade journals covering business and economics topics. The database also includes the full-text of the Wall Street Journal and many other business publications along with collections of industry reports, company profiles, and country economic reports.
Business Source Premier
Indexes over 5,000 academic journals, trade journals, and magazines covering business topics
CINAHL Plus with Full Text
Indexes scholarly and trade journals from the fields of nursing, bio-medicine, alternative/complementary medicine, consumer health and allied health.
Health Source: Nursing/Academic Edition
Indexes journals in physical fitness, sports medicine, kinesiology, athletic training, sports administration, physical therapy, and occupational therapy as well as more general health magazines.
Full text of major U.S.newspapers as well as local and regional news publications.
Newspaper Source Plus
Full text of major U.S. and international newspapers.
Indexes articles from news publications and business periodicals.
University Wire (via Nexis Uni)
Collection of daily news stories from 800 colleges.
Independent online student newspaper of the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
The UWM Report
Official news site for University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Still not finding what you need?
Check out the library's Databases by Subject
page or try one of the frequently-used databases listed below:
Searching the ABI/Inform Business Database for Articles
Brainstorming the Best Search Terms
Click on the image below to see how one student came up with good "keywords" (i.e. search terms) for her research topic:
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