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SEI Impact Internship Program: Home

Welcome to the guide for the SEI Impact Internship Program! On this guide you will find links to resources that you can use to find journal articles, news, and statistics relevant to your internship. You'll also find a list of selected books and articles related to research methods and the social economy.


Finding journal articles and reports

  • Business Source Complete
    Comprehensive database of business and management articles from scholarly and trade journals, working papers, market and industry reports.
  • ABI/Inform
    Complimentary to Business Source Complete, with greater coverage of trade publications.
  • Conference Board of Canada
    Reports and studies on the economy, organizational performance, and public policy in Canada.
  • eMarketer: Reports and statistics related to ecommerce, technology, and social media.
  • Academic Search Complete
    A scholarly, multidisciplinary database providing indexing and abstracts for over 10,000 publications, including monographs, reports, conference proceedings, and others.

Finding news articles

  • Factiva
    News articles from over 32,000 top news sources from around the world.
  • Canadian Newsstream
    News articles from over 300 Canadian newspapers. English-language only. (Easier to use than Factiva.)
  • Eureka.cc
    Change source from "all content" to "Canada (FR)" to search all major French-language newspapers in Canada

Statistics and data

See also: Data guide

Books and background information

  • WorldCat: The McGill Library's catalogue. Use the facets on the left to limit results to books or ebooks.

Librarian for Management & Business

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Edward Bilodeau

Resource key

  • McGill users only
  • Open access resource
  • Free resource
  • In-library use
  • Catalogue record

Off-campus access to e-resources

To access McGill resources from off-campus, install VPN software on your computer or tablet to connect to the McGill Network.

Cisco AnyConnect
(Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android)

Citing business sources

Citing business sources
For help on how to cite business sources in your assignment using APA style, see our guide:


Citation and References (pdf)
Slides on citing sources in your assignments.


EndNote (free download)
Software to help you manage your citations.

EndNote is useful when you are doing research involving a large number of sources. However, you do not have to use EndNote to manage or generate your citations.

 

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