Welcome to Goizueta! Your Business Librarians are looking forward to working with you. We've compiled tips for the most frequently requested research databases and services here, to ensure your day one readiness as classes start. (Download PDF)
Bookmark the Goizueta Business Library Website
We subscribe to research databases for course and career research and personal development. We also offer several research guides featuring your business librarains' favorite search tips and recommendations.
GBL licensed apps require you to authenticate as a Goizueta student prior to use. The process varies by vendor, but the end result is the same: once you take a few minutes to set up your account, you’re good to go! Here's our cheat sheet to get started.
A note on The Economist: Currently The Economist will not license the app version of The Economist to the academic community.
We do subscribe to The Economist via the Economist Intelligence Unit research platform, and you can access it there.
Overdrive Business Audiobooks include 100+ business books available to listen to on the go.
Need to enhance your Excel skills? Learn more about Tableau or GoogleAdwords?
Lynda.com offers video training ranging from 5 minutes to 5 hours.
Meet your 5 Business Librarians!
- We strongly recommend that you schedule a consultation rather than rely on dropping by to ensure that we can dedicate the time you need for your request.
- Availability includes Monday-Thursday evenings to 8pm and Sat & Sun, 1-5pm during Fall and Spring semesters, and until 6PM Monday-Friday during the Summer
- ASK a Librarian – email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit your question via this form
BBA Seminars: Explore our Business Essenitals series of classes to perfect BBA research skills.
Business Kindles contains 150+ business and career ebooks; come by and check one out.
Looking for a book or article not available at Emory? You may borrow it via Interlibrary Loan, a free service allowing you to borrow books from libraries across North America.
Fill out the online request form. Articles are often emailed to you directly. You'll receive an email when your book is ready for pick up at the Library Service Desk.
Where is the Bloomberg terminal and how do I reserve time on it?
The Bloomberg terminal is located in the Business Library; you can reserve time via the online scheduler. GBL also subscribes to FactSet and Thomson ONE. GBL does not subscribe to Capital IQ. Read more.
Can I access Wall Street analyst reports?
Yes, using Thomson ONE
Can I download business audio books to listen to during my long commute to work, or while I travel?
Where can I check-out a Business Kindle to keep up with my business reading?
Just come by the Business Library and any of the staff can help you. Read more.
Can I locate Harvard case studies and articles in the library so I don’t have to pay for them via Study.net?
Unfortunately Harvard Publishing licenses all materials for course readings exclusively through Study.net and GBS is legally bound to comply with this requirement. You can access HBR articles via Business Source Complete, but Harvard requires they be purchased via Study.net when readings are part of your course curriculum. Read more.
Can I find my class textbooks in the library’s collection?
Unfortunately the cost of annually purchasing updated editions of textbooks is prohibitive and would divert dollars from purchasing new databases and other important resources. Read more.
Can I access IBISWorld?
How can I take your Advanced Google class?
Currently this class is taught as part of the BBA Business Essential Junior Seminar classes, but here is the detailed “cheat sheet.”
Emory database licensing agreements allow student usage for course, career preparation and personal enrichment. It is illegal to use Emory library databases for your employer or internship. Both the honor code and Emory policy mandate the proper use of licensed databases.
According to Emory's Copyright Infringement Policy, students, faculty and employees are required and expected to adhere to US copyright law, which restricts reproduction, distribution, and other uses of copyrighted materials.
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 citiation as part of their licensing agreements); it’s also a critical part of building credibility and trust with your client.
Using Chicago (also known as Turabian) Style, this handout covers the proper formats for citing popular business research sources in your PowerPoint slide deck.
EasyBib Pro will automatically generate correctly formatted citations for you! Just fill out the form and it will help create your bibliography or works cited page. You may also create an account to store citations as you work on multiple projects and reports.