This guide should help you:
Explore the library's information resources.
Become familiar with important library tools (i.e. discipline-specific databases, reference titles, etc.).
Start to gather information for an assignment.
Sometimes, a structured approach to research can help to organize ideas and the way you think about information sources:
1. Background Information Sources (investment guides, dictionaries, handbooks)
2. Current News, Data & Analysis (web and library databases)
3. Research & Writing Help (research librarians & learning commons)
Many of the resources on this guide can be useful for the class and investment research overall.
Specific information is geared toward the StockTrak Assignment.