Answered By: Karen Beavers
Last Updated: May 29, 2015     Views: 5

The library digital resources can be accessed here:

From there you can type in your search in the main search box or click on advanced and type in your search in the boxes that appear.

when you type in "electronic commerce" (include the quotation marks) and limit your serach to subject you will get a lot of results - here is a link to that search:

Notice on the left hand side that you can narrow your search in many different ways, including by publication date  (e.g. 2008-2014) and type of publication (e.g. scholarly peer reviewed, trade publications, magazines.)

You can also narrow down your search by adding in more search terms. For example you might serach on electronoic commerce AND consumers or electronic commerce AND mobile.

The initial search box, accesses about 20 of our databases in a variety of subject areas. If you want to focus on business databases you could click on "databases by subject" - (which takes you here:

and choose the BUSINESS category.  ABI-Inform and Business source Premier are two important business databases and you could use the same search term combinations to access articles in business magazines and journals.

I hope this gets you started. if you need further assistance please contact us again or contact a subject librarian for more in-depth help. Here is a list of librarains with their contact information: