Kresge Library News: March 2007 Archives

March 07, 2007

What Happened to TDNet?

As you may have noticed, there are no longer any links to the journal locator service from TDNet on the Library's web site. The TDNet service has been replaced with a new journal locator service from Serials Solutions. Look for links labelled 'Journal Locator' on the Library's home page, Resources menu and A-Z Database page.

The Journal Locator provides a method for you to locate over 8000+ unique journal titles in article databases from both the Kresge and University libraries, such as ABI-Inform/ProQuest, Business Source Complete, Kluwer, Blackwell, Emerald, Springer and Elsevier-Science Direct. Search by journal name or browse titles, either alphabetically or by subject. Links to the Kresge Library print holdings are included.

The Journal Locator is the place to start if you are trying to find out which database to use to search the Harvard Business Review, Academy of Management Review, or other journal title.


March 01, 2007

ebrary (E-book Package)

ebrary (E-book Package)

Resource Link for Ross School of Business Students, Faculty and Staff

Alternative On-campus Link

ebrary is a full-searchable collection of electronic books including the “Business, Marketing and Economics Collection� offering access to 5000 full-text eBooks, research reports, company profiles and case studies to support business study and research. The collection includes publishers such as AMACOM (American Management Association), McGraw-Hill, MIT Press and Career Press.

Technical Notes: Users will need to download a browser plug-in (the ebrary reader) the first time you connect to the service. If you access the resource from different computers, you will need to download the plug-in on each one.

Access note: Resource is for the whole University of Michigan system (Ann Arbor, Flint and Dearborn) and is part of a joint purchase between University Libraries and Kresge Library. This will be supplemented with additional content in social sciences and/or humanities.