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Finance & business law

This guide will help you identify topics and research issues and companies for finance and business law courses.

Case study resources

These are case study resources to which JMU subscribes or are available open access. 

Other fee-based case study publishers include Harvard Business Publishing, HEC Montreal, Ivey Publishing, WDI Publishing. These publishers require instructors to license cases individually or in packs, at your expense and/or at student expense.

All Harvard case studies -- including those from HBR -- must be licensed for use each semester through https://hbsp.harvard.edu/cases/.

NOTE: JMU Libraries can't license individual Harvard cases for instructors. 

Teaching and learning with case studies

Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Open Educational Resources are ...

... any educational resources such as textbooks, tutorials, handouts, quizzes, videos, etc.

... that have an open license, which allow users to reuse, redistribute, revise, remix, and retain resources.

Looking to search the widest possible collection of OER? Search here.

Instructional video resources

JMU licenses several different streaming video collections and will purchase individual titles when requested. 

Media subscriptions

Note: Harvard Business Review content must be licensed through HBP in education to be used as course readings. 

Alternative course readings

Some of JMU's subscription resources are creating reports, infographics and podcasts that focus on emerging industries. 

Managing your scholarly reputation

These tools help you collate your scholarly activity and differentiate your work from others with the same name.

Journal impact metrics

These tools help you measure your scholarly impact.