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Business Administration & Management

This guide provides quick access to the best resources at WU for conducting research related to business administration and management studies

Welcome to the Business Administration & Management LibGuide

Use the tabs to navigate the different library resources and to find more information about business administration & management

  • Scholarly Databases & Journals: access subject-specific databases for finding the most current & relevant research on the topics of business administration & management.
  • Print Books & eBooks: these include reference books, encyclopedias, and monographs for business administration & management.
  • Web Resources: websites & selected streaming video for business administration & ethics.
  • SWOT Analysis: this page defines SWOT Analysis and describes how to locate them using the Business Source Elite or ProQuest Central Databases.
  • Write & Cite: MLA and APA citation style information.
  • Streaming Videos: Wolfgram offers access to video databases such as Kanopy and AVON for educational videos.
  • Open Education Resources: OERs are academic materials that anyone can use, adapt, and share freely.  OERs can be textbooks, full courses, lesson plans, videos, tests, software, or any other tool, material, or technique that supports access to knowledge.

Coronavirus update from SBDC

The Widener University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network along with state and federal partners remain committed to helping small business owners access the disaster capital and resources their businesses needs to recover, rebuild, and grow.

SBDC's COVID-19 resources center contains information on federal disaster assistance and other resources available to small businesses, including an overview of disaster relief available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, other public and private sector funding opportunities and resources, and information on how the SBCD can help.

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