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Welcome to the Library Guide for Business. By clicking on the tabs located towards the top of the screen you will be able to access materials for class, as well as search tools to help you find information on your own. If you have questions as you are using this page, contact a librarian for assistance.

 

Ethical and Legal Use of this information

Please use these resources appropriately. They are restricted to academic purposes only. Users  must be currently affiliated with BYU-I as students, faculty or employees.  

The material in these databases may not be used for commercial purposes; this includes reports, articles, written materials and data they may contain.

If you have any questions about the appropriate and ethical use of Library Resources, please contact Nate Wise, Digital Content/Copyright Specialist, at 496-7218, or wisen@byui.edu.


 

Accessing Resources from Off Campus

Most resources available through the David O. McKay library are accessible when you are not on campus. To access these resources follow these steps.

1. Click the link to the resource you would like to access.

2. When prompted enter your NetID and password. 

3. Click the "Login" button. 

getabstract

getAbstract contains the world's largest collection of business book summaries.  Each summary contains just 5 pages.

You have probably walked past a shelf of amazing business books that may have looked too daunting to read.  Now, with getAbstract, you can read all of them in one sitting.  Review the main ideas, topics, and applications for each book.  Cover a specific topic in depth by reading several summaries of books at once.  getAbstract will help you advance in your understanding of business topics without taking up all your valuable time.  Follow the link below to begin.

NBC News

  • NBC Learn- Higher Ed
    NBC News has made thousands of videos, historic newsreels, primary source documents, photographs and more available. These include Historic Film and Video Clips from the earliest days of film and television news to the latest current events, and Primary Source Documents which contain hundreds of historic documents, newspaper articles, letters and more.
 

Ethics and the Consumer

Ethics and the Consumer (03:37)

Workers in Third World countries work for low pay, face safety risks, and are treated unfairly. The environment is also affected by consumer choices. Ethical consuming is choosing to purchase products made by companies that operate ethically.

Item Number: 42208
©  2010

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