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Search Business Source Complete

Business Source Complete is one of the databases available through EBSCOhost.

Business Source Complete
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Two Tips for Searching:

1)  Looking for a company profile? Large companies have a "Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats" analysis, called a "SWOT." Try this search: |companyname + swot|

example: |mcdonald's swot|

2) You can also narrow your search to this kind of source. In the left column, open "Source Types" and check "SWOT Analysis."

You might also try checking "Market Research Reports."

SWOT Analysis in Source Types


CQ Researcher

CQ Researcher

CQ Researcher is noted for its in-depth, unbiased coverage of major issues and events. This might be useful if a major corporation has been in the news a lot. 


Search Opposing Viewpoints in Context

Opposing Viewpoints is a good database for topics that are controversial and in the news. 


Points of View

Points of View
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Gavilan OneSearch for Articles, books, ebooks and more

Use OneSearch to search library materials including books, ebooks, articles, videos and much more

Gavilan OneSearch







Note: If you want to limit your results to one type of resource you can limit by Source Type to include one or more article types. ie. Academic Journals or Magazines. For more source type choices select Show More and limit from there.

 Example of Limit by Source Type box


Alternative Press Search Engine

Vaughan's Alternative Press Search Engine

Searches Alternative Press Publications available on the open web. 


Search the Gavilan eBook Collection

Search Gavilan's collection of over 100,000 eBook titles.

Gavilan eBooks

Looking for Multiple Perspectives

You can use this guide to help take notes on your topic to make sure you look for several perspectives.

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