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WPC 101: Student Success in Business

ASU 101 for the WP Carey School of Business

Introduction

Welcome to the ASU Library ...
 
To discover the resources, services, and spaces available to business students use the tabs across the top (or the links below) to enter each section.  The tabs (sections) do not need to be viewed in a specific order but all tabs and pages do need to be viewed.
Guide Contents:
  1. Why information is important for business professionals
  2. Library Resources
    1. How to find a known item
    2. How to research a topic 
    3. Careers - researching careers, job-hunting skills, and employers
  3. Library Services
    1. Ask a librarian
    2. Library guides
    3. Your library account
    4. Interlibrary loan and document delivery
  4. Study Spaces
  5. Citing Sources

 

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