Information sources for business come in a variety of types. Some of the most common types you will use include:
Robinson College of Business students, faculty and staff have full access to the Atlanta Business Chronicle online. The Atlanta Business Chronicle will compliment your academic learning with local Business News throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area, and across 18 different industries locally. Access the Atlanta Business Chronicle Weekly Edition, Books of Lists, Local Search Archives, Back Issues from the past six years, and much more!
To gain access, simply click on the Link below to “Create Your Free Membership/Business Journal password” or Sign-In if you already have a Business Journal password tied to your university email address for instant access with your @student.gsu.edu or @gsu.edu email address: https://www.bizjournals.com/register/atlanta?r=%2Fatlanta%2F
Business Journal Training Video: This 4-minute video gives students, faculty and staff great insights to what the Business Journal offers users with their access and how to best navigate the site:
Please contact Robinson's Career Advancement Center if you have further questions.
While the library has some journals, magazines & trade publications in print on the first floor of Library North, far more are available through the databases that are available. A selection of some places to start with research:
The Library has a number of books focused on business consulting and communication in business. Some of these items are listed below. To find others, check the items close to these on the library shelves, or try searching for some of these terms:
The library has one of the One-Button Presentation studios available on campus where your group can practice and record your consulting presentations.