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How do I find Harvard business case studies?

You can find case studies at the Harvard Business Publishing website (https://cb.hbsp.harvard.edu/cbmp/pages/content/cases) which you can then purchase from them. Harvard’s Business Publishing Customer service is available 24/7. Use the relevant contact information provided below to make any requests. U.S./Canada: (800) … Continue reading

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How do students access Electronic Reserves (“E-Reserves”)?

1)      Go to Canvas: https://du.instructure.com/login) 2)      Login using your DU ID number and passcode (the same as that which one uses for PioneerWeb). 3)      Select the course from the “Courses” tab at the top of the page 4)      In the … Continue reading

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How do I find books on job interviewing, writing resumes, etc.?

The library has many print and electronic books on job interviewing and how to write resumes. To find them use the library catalog at the library’s website (library.du.edu) and use short phrases like “job resume” and “job interview.” Use quotes … Continue reading

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Need Career Help? Try Vault Career Intelligence

Do you need help Writing your resume or your cover letter? Looking for job openings? Finding information about industries and companies? Identifying top companies to work for in an industry? Then try Vault Career Intelligence. To access this database take … Continue reading

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How do I use the Research Center?

The Research Center is a place to get answers to any questions you have about using the library or doing research. The Research Center Desk can be reached by phone, email, chat/IM, or in person seven days a week, up … Continue reading

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How do I search for grants?

Visit our research guide, Funding Opportunities & Grants Research, which provides online help for finding funding opportunities, including grants. We have created a brief PowerPoint presentation on Pivot, a  database which allows searching for grants in a variety of ways, … Continue reading

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What are microforms and how do I use them?

What are microforms? Microforms are any forms containing microreproductions of documents for transmission, storage, reading, and printing. Microform images are commonly reduced to about one twenty-fifth of the original document size. Three formats are common: microfilm (reels), aperture cards, and … Continue reading

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