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Database Access and Library PIN

ECSU students, faculty and staff can use their ECSU username and password to access the following Library services on and off-campus.

  • View their library account to see if books are due, holds are ready for pickup, renew CSU books online,etc.
  • Request items from other CSU libraries and/or cancel requests for CSU materials
  • View library course reserve lists and access digital format readings online
  • Use the Library's research databases from off-campus

 

Whether you live on campus and go home on the weekends, or you are a part-time student who lives too far from ECSU to come to the Library frequently, you can continue to access many Library services from off-campus, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Use your ECSU username and password to access Library services and use the research databases off-campus.

 

Business and Economics Reference Guide

Finding Books and Media - Help finding books and media on business and economics in Smith Library at ECSU, the other CONSULS libraries and beyond the CSU library collections.

Finding Articles - Using research databases, which index scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers to identify specific articles of interest, many full-text online.  This tab includes the ECSU Journal Locator - a tool that identifies periodicals in print or on-line format that are available to ECSU students, faculty and staff.

Reference Sources - Annotated bibliography of reference resources, both print and online.  Reference books and online resources can be a good place to start a research project.  These resources are designed to provide authoritative information. They can give you an overview of a new, unfamiliar topic and they can often provide a bibliography of sources to examine.  While these resources are intended to be authoritative, ideas change and new trends develop, so evaluate these sources with the same critical acumen you use on other sources of information. 

  • Accounting
  • Company and Industry
  • Country and World
  • Economics
  • General Business
  • Labor and Employment
  • Marketing / International Marketing
  • U.S. Business and Economics
  • Web Resources (many Web resources are integrated into subject bibliographies)
  • ECSU Departmental Homepage

 

Business/Economics Liaison

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Greg Robinson
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Business/Economics Liaison
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