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Automatic redirect not happening? Being asked for a password you don't have? Denied access? Use the authentication page to verify that you are a University of Regina student, then try again.
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Welcome to the LibGuide for Business Administration! Here you will find a variety of resources and links to support your projects for BUS 100.
Use the tabs above to navigate and find the resources you're looking for.
Can't find what you need? Please don't hesitate to contact the Liaison Librarian for Business Administration.
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The Library can help you to find information for your assignment. Please note that the Library cannot proofread or look over your assignment (for this service, contact the Student Writing Centre).
Help is available during Library opening hours from the Library Help Desk - this includes online chat, and face-to-face (main floor, Archer Library, drop-in during opening hours or make an appointment).
Help from the Business Librarian is available:
You may also email questions to the Business Librarian (Kate.Cushon@uregina.ca). Include as many details in your message as possible, to help the librarian give you a useful answer. Please do not include attachments, put examples and questions in the body of the email.
The librarian will have very limited availability for appointments, and you should try to go to a drop-in session or visit the Help Desk for face-to-face help.
Reading business news every day will help you to familiarize yourself with the language of business, and with the current events in the world of business.
Online resources can give you definitions of terms you are not familiar with. Do not cite these definitions in your assignments. These are only for you to familiarize yourself with their meaning.
Investopedia is a website that has lots of reliable and up-to-date definitions of financial terms used in the USA and worldwide.
Online Business Dictionary has definitions for common business terminology.