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COMM 525 - Introduction to Behavioural Research For Business: Getting Started

Getting Started

This course guide provides information and links to library services, spaces and resources that support researchers exploring secondary sources in behavioural research, including:

  • David Lam Library and Canaccord Learning Commons spaces and services
  • Research Commons services, including workshops on citation management tools and thesis formatting
  • Business article databases
  • Other article databases useful for behavioural research
  • Links to information on and strategies for conducting literature reviews
  • Refworks and other citation management tools
  • Scholarly sources, including open access digital repositories, like cIRcle and sources of theses

Research Consultations with Librarians

If you need help identifying or exploring the resources, you can consult with David Lam Library's business librarians in a variety of ways:

  • Drop in at the research consultation desk, CLC 220, 1:00-4:00, Monday to Friday during the Fall/Winter terms
  • Click here to ask a business research question or request an appointment by e-mail.

Graduate Students and Research

The UBC Library has several online guides on services and scholarly concepts of interest to graduate student researchers, including:

Vancouver Research Help

David Lam Library
Contact:
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