Finding Background Information
Many of our reference sources are now online and fully searchable in electronic databases. JSC students, faculty and staff have access to these titles with their MyJSC ID and password. Use the links in the center of this page to locate subject encyclopedias and reference sources.
At the Library Reference Desk
For subject-specific sources, see the Company & Industry and Small Business pages (tabs) in this guide.
General Note: "An annual guide to publications and broadcast stations, including newspapers, magazines, journals, radio stations, and cable systems."
Credo Reference- Business Sources
This box will search all JSC Library Credo Reference titles for business.
Selected titles include:
The American Economy: A Historical Encyclopedia (2011)
Business: The Ultimate Resource (2009)
Key Concepts in Marketing (2009)
Key Concepts in Public Relations (2009)
Princeton Encyclopedia of the World Economy (2009)
QFinance: The Ultimate Resource
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Need to become an instant expert? Find background information in reference books on virtually any subject by using this link to titles in the humanities, social sciences and sciences.
Select business titles include:
Email the Reference Staff
Citing Business Sources
Based on the MLA Handbook, 7th edition, this guide has been adapted and simplified for citing sources available to JSC business students. In developing these examples, we have followed the forms for comparable types of reference sources, considered the citations generated in online databases such as Business Source Premier, and examined numerous tip sheets available on college and university library websites.