Guide to Marketing Resources in Library
Last Updated: Sep 9, 2014
If the library does not have a book you need, we have services available to help you get it.
PASCAL Delivers is a service which finds books in other SC libraries and sends them to Thomas Cooper for you to check out. Click here or use the link in the catalog to access this service.
Interlibrary Loan is a free service to students, faculty and staff. Request a book and ILL staff will find it at another library and have it sent to Thomas Cooper for you to check out.
Suggest that the library purchase a book to add to our collection.
Print reference resources may still be available in the Business Library over the next year. However, many reference books are already available online in the following databases.
SAGE Reference Online
Includes over 120 subject encyclopedias and handbooks primarily in business and the social sciences.
Small Business Reference Center
Offers full-text periodicals and reports, sample business plans, U.S. tax forms, videos and reference books.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Online access to a collection of reference books and encyclopedias in many subject areas.
Gale Directory Library
Our subscription is for:
Encyclopedia of Associations-National Organizations of the U.S. Gale Directory of Databases Gale Directory of Publications and Broadcast Media Market Share Reporter National Faculty Directory Research Centers Directory Credo Reference
Use to find quick facts, images or background information on various topics in dictionaries and encyclopedias.
Use a word or keyword search
Combine two concepts together with the word to find resources that include both of those topics. and Use the word
to find resources that include either of the topics. or
Don’t be afraid to browse
Link to similar sources by using the subject headings within the record of an item.
If you don't immediately find the information you need, don't get discouraged. Remember to:
Search for important concepts or unique words.
Avoid long phrases, which are less likely to be found.
Note results for new or alternate terms and incorporate them into your next search.
I already have a citation. Where can I find my article?
E-Journals to search by JOURNAL title. Click image for additional instructions.
Examples of electronic reference books available at USC