Your Business Librarians are here all summer! For internship projects, we can recommend search strategies and alternatives to our subscription databases.
It is illegal to use Emory library databases for your internship.
Emory database licensing agreements allow student usage for coursework, career exploration and personal enrichment.
Your Business Librarians are here all summer! We're happy to send you e-recommendations or set up a time for a phone consultation. Ask a Librarian.
If your company has their own subscription to a research database (this is pretty common!), we're happy to recommend search strategies and tips for using it.
For internship projects, we can recommend search strategies and alternatives to our subscription databases (trade or government organizations, associations, etc.) Use advanced Google search strategies and think about where information lives.
Remember to consider the best practices and pitfalls for conducting credible research.
Always comply with your company's licensing terms for subscription databases.
Don't plagiarize! Remember your ethical and legal copyright obligations; cite all sources you use in your presentations and reports. Giving credit to the sources you reference in your presentation is not only about compliance with copyright laws (database vendors require citations as part of their licensing agreements); it’s also a critical part of building credibility and trust with your client.
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If they’re not on your phone or tablet yet, download them before you leave for the summer! Here's our cheat sheet to get started.