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1 BUS 381: INTRODUCTION TO HR MANAGEMENT Mark Bodnar Business Librarian (Burnaby campus)

2 Self-Test / Agenda 1) Do you know how to recognize academic articles when you see them? 2) Can you name a non-business database that often has useful articles on HR topics? 3) Do you know how to search for subject headings in databases? 4) You've found a great article on your topic. Do you know how to find out what newer articles have mentioned that article in their bibliographies? 5) Do you know what online tool available via the SFU Library will keep track of the articles you've been finding and automatically create a bibliography for you in citation styles such as APA? 6) Do you know where you can get help identifying relevant databases and using them efficiently?

3 Review All the information in the world! All the info on your topic (not to scale) A Tool (Google, Catalogue, BSC…) A B W Cycle your search Authors Subjects References, etc. + Thesaurus + Times Cited keyword + PsycInfo

4 Sample Search

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8 Some of the references cited in the previous article…

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11 The conversation so far... Homsma 2009 Cited 46 Edmondson 1996 Cited by 159 ? Cited by 4 ? Zhao 2011 Cited 99 ? Cited by 5 Catino 2013 ? ? Cited 95 Tapping into this sort of conversation is the key to effective research!

12 Sample Search Scholarly? What are the clues? Scholarly? What are the clues?

13 Sample Search Same article in BSC

14 Sample Search (Same article in Google Scholar)

15 Self-Test / Agenda 1) Do you know how to recognize academic articles when you see them? 2) Can you name a non-business database that often has useful articles on HR topics? 3) Do you know how to search for subject headings in databases? 4) You've found a great article on your topic. Do you know how to find out what newer articles have mentioned that article in their bibliographies? 5) Do you know what online tool available via the SFU Library will keep track of the articles you've been finding and automatically create a bibliography for you in citation styles such as APA? 6) Do you know where you can get help identifying relevant databases and using them efficiently? Mark:


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