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MGT 357 - Evidence-based management

This guide will help students find articles to support evidence-based management practices.

Find a particular article using a citation

Often, simply searching the title of an article in quotation marks in Google Scholar will bring you to the electronic version.

Follow these steps to link Google Scholar to the JMU libraries. Then, you should then be able to click Check for Full Text @ JMU to open the article from Google Scholar results.   

Alternatively, search for the journal title using the "Find a peer-reviewed journal by title" box below. 

This video shows how to identify the journal title from a citation.

If we don't have full-text available, request it free* from another library via Interlibrary Loan (ILL).

*Occasionally, items require a fee. You can cancel the request.

Find a peer-reviewed journal by title 

Looking for a particular peer-reviewed journal that your professor has recommended? Search to see whether JMU subscribes. 

Search for Periodical Titles

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