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MGT 410 | DeGhetto


Welcome to your library course guide for MGT 410 with Dr. DeGhetto. This guide is organized to help you find reliable information resources that support the assignments and research requirements for this course, as well as guidelines for citing business resources with helpful examples. 

Your work in this class will require a mix of subscription databases, eBooks and electronic case studies, and internet information sources. Doing this kind of research can be tricky, and will take some preparation, experimentation, and strategic searching to track down the right information. Fortunately, you don't have to start from scratch!

Think of this guide as an atlas for your research. The topic-specific pages are like roadmaps for your research in this class. They provide recommended tools and websites -- and search tips -- for finding information about:

Additional Support

This guide is an excellent starting point for your work in this course, and there are even more resources available for you through Roesch Library:

  • Meet with your librarian, Liz Grauel, 1-1 or as a group for assistance using library databases, locating additional sources of information, and research and citation advice for your course assignments
  • Find additional business research databases in the Business Research Guide
  • Search for print, electronic, and video resource using UDiscover
  • Learn about other services on the University Libraries' website 


Did you know? UD students, faculty, and staff are eligible for complementary online subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.

Click here for instructions to create or renew your WSJ account
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