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We Can Help
At the Alverno College Library it is our goal to help you become independent and critical researchers who can find and use the best information to problem solve, advance your career, be engaged citizens, and continue life-long learning. The library has access to thousands of high quality business journals via databases and the library catalog. We also offer scholarly books in print and digital formats, free interlibrary loan (for books and articles), and one-on-one research assistance.
See the boxes below for links and information on how to get started using library resources.
How Can We Help You?
We welcome all questions! If you have questions about finding information, managing sources, search strategy, or using the library, you can get one-on-one help from a librarian.
See below for other ways to get help.
Give Us A Call
You can phone the library research desk (414 382-6062) to get assistance from a research librarian.
Ask a Librarian
Call or email a librarian. We typically respond to questions the same day.
How Do I?
If you want to use library resources from off campus, you will need to log in. Use your Alverno network (email) username and password.
Find Business Journals and Articles
This library guide links to all the business databases the library subscribes to. You can also view search demonstrations.
Find Full Text Articles
If an article you want isn't available in full text, you can use Google Scholar to search all of the library's databases to find a digital copy.
Find Company Information
This guide gives links and search tips to help you research companies.
Request Books and Articles from Other Libraries
You can request a book or article for free using the interlibrary loan forms above. It can take 7-10 days to get an item, and the service is free.
Find Business Books
This guide links to the library catalog and electronic books. It also contains tips on how to search them.
Reference in APA
See examples and guidelines to create APA references for various sources (books, articles, web pages, reports).
Additional Tips and Links
Noodlebib helps you save and format references in APA format.
Use this list to get quick answers to questions about using the library.
Best Business Websites
Get a list of high quality business websites on many business topics including management, industry, marketing, law, and finance.
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