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MNGT 2500 and MRKT 5000 - Marketing (Noll)

Created for Phil Noll's marketing assignment -- determine the marketing process for a consumer product. This guide uses the Apple iPhone as an example

How to cite the Library's business databases and websites

Created by the Library's Business & Management Librarian, this document gives some examples of how to cite consumer research from MRI+ Medimark and ReferenceUSA, SWOT analysis reports from Business Source Complete, financial statements and charts from Morningstar and Factiva, and other information in the APA (6th ed.) citation style. 

Using websites, blogs and social media responsibly

The advantage of using library databases is that the articles and reports are generally from well-recognized business publishers. However, many government agencies and industry associations employ experts and distribute valuable information on the Web.  And, checking a company's website for their annual report (if a public company), their mission statement and their product marketing can help you to get a sense of their corporate culture.  Before you use any information, but especially from the Internet, ask yourself "Is it C R A A P?"

CRAAP test

This acronym was coined by Sarah Blakeslee at Meriam Library at California State University. 

Webster Writing Center and Online Writing Center

Webster U's Writing Center and Online Writing Center

Visit Webster's Writing Support page for all levels of writers and projects, including reports; résumés and cover letters; admission essays and personal statements; summaries, critical analyses, and literature reviews; research and term papers; theses and dissertations; and more. Writing Center coaches are available at all stages of the writing process: assignment discussion, brainstorming, outlining, thesis creation and development, argumentation, draft revision, and citation.On this page you may schedule an appointment with a writing coach or submit your paper to the Online Writing Center for review.