Welcome to the course guide for ORGS 2010!
This guide offers links to and descriptions of many resources of relevance for students in ORGS 2010 who are working on their organizational analysis group project as follows:
- ORGS 2010 Online Library Briefing (Parts I and II) : Explains all the key things students need to know in terms of library concepts, tools and research strategies connected to the ORGS 2010 organizational analysis project.
To view the videos just click in the box to the right here (double click for full-screen viewing mode)
- Resource links and descriptions: To further assist you and for convenience and ease of access, this LibGuide also provides links to and descriptions of the key library e-resources that are highlighted in support of this course. To explore these links and descriptions either use this guide's table of contents shown below, which is basically a menu of items covered, or explore the tabs and subtabs above.
Table of Contents
Library Homepage: The Library’s homepage is your portal to the library catalogue, where you will find our extensive collection of print and electronic materials (Books and eBooks, journals and eJournals, databases, videos, maps, etc.), as well as to information about the libraries, research issues such as citation and finding the materials you need, and practical tasks like booking study rooms.
Bronfman Business Library: The web site of the Bronfman Business Library provides information about services provided at this library as well as tailored guides to the rich and varied collection of the business library.
Get Help from a Business Librarian: Bronfman Business Library’s Help with Research page includes contact information for research help at the library, and access to a variety of research guides that are helpful for conducting business research.
ORGS 2010 Online Library Briefing