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Where to find resources:

Print: go to the library specified, and find them by call number;

UIUC Online Research Resources: available to all UIUC affiliated faculty, staff and students. You will be prompted to log in with your NetID and password if you access them outside the UIUC campus network. You can access them from Online Journals & Databases or via the Alphabetical List of Databases.

WWW: general websites (some come with our subscription).

 

Do It Yourself

The University Libraries strive to provide as many resources via the web for your searching convenience at any place or whenever you would like to do research.

For simple searching, BIS (in conjuction with the Engineering Library) offers the Business & Technology Quick Search. This is a good place to start when you aren't certain where to go first. It is best for looking for literature in the area Technology Management.

BIS also has Fast Answers, a database of frequently asked questions on a topic level. You can search the entire database or click on one of the areas of finance, accounting, economics, labor, companies, industries, etc. and look at the lists of questions. NOTE: This is not the place to do a company search on a specific company. Instead, it is a tool which will lead you to sources on how to find information on companies.

For searching across a broad range of databases, go to the Library's Easy Search/Gateway page.

To renew books you have checked out, go here.

You can also request books from other libraries here.

Answers to other frequently asked questions, such as fines, computer labs, photocopying, etc., go here. Other Do-It-Yourself services for graduate students can be located here.

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This guide was created by Yoo-seong Song. Updated by Amanda Hatland and Becky Smith.

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