25th January 2002 - Learning about searching and publishing articles

To me, publishing articles was one of the important priorities when I chose Rushmore University; being a writer. Most likely I start by trying to publish in The Academy of Management. I assume that Rushmore has good experiences with these journals since they are recommended first. The Amount of countries and readers caught my attention in particular.

MBA ReSearch Engine by Xanedu.com seemed to work fine, I was pleased with the hierarchical search functionality; it will ensure that an entire topic is covered in the database as opposed to the risk of missing some words on a free text search. This database was arranged easily around the traditional MBA disciplines.

The www.Ingenta.com and Wiley Journals in Business search for articles worked fine and straight forward; they both covered around business intelligence.

I was not so impressed with the Emerald Reviews search engine, but by searching more conventional words it might be useful. It must have proven worthy since Rushmore recommends it and the number of journals it covers appears impressing.

In general, I would prefer finding articles using free search engines like Google first before getting into a payment based. However, I must recognize that it probably not possible to get reliable sources without paying, thus the free search engines in general should be used to narrow articles down that I could pay for later when I get into the course.

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