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Organizational Leadership


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Randall Halverson
I am happy to reply by email or Canvas messages to support your classwork or research.

Or, please use the "Make an Appointment" link toward the bottom of this guide's Welcome page "Help Options". Select my name from the list of subject librarians to see available times and request a Zoom or MS Teams appointment. Sending details about your topic is very helpful.

If my listed times don't work for you, you are welcome to send 2 or 3 days/times you could meet by email. I'll respond. :~)

Initial databases to find articles

For keyword search tips see a library DIY page.

Try searching two or three core article databases resources listed in this box, testing several search strategies. Input on search strategies, such as how to browse subject terms, is available any time the library is open from 2nd level library desk staff or at 317-274-0469.

Once your topic becomes clear, more specialized, in-depth databases can help you find peer-reviewed journal articles and conference papers (proceedings). Additional databases to research an industry, or consider perspectives from human relations-, business-, government-, or education-related sources, are given in the next content box down.

Locate harder-to-find articles

Write, cite & present

Details are available via mouse-over note. Citation resources apply to various types of resources and media, such as personal contacts, images, professional webpages, books, ebooks, technical papers, etc.

FindIt Graphic; easily obtain article Full-Text