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DBA Student Research Guide: Home

This guide provides a list of research services and resources available to DBA students including: citation, dissertation writing and research guides, database recommendations and data sources.

Research Assistance

University Librarians are here to assist you at every step of your academic career. Here's just a small sampling of how we can help you:

  • Identify resources and dissertations relevant to your topic
  • Teach you database search strategies to focus your results
  • Show you how to cite and organize references
  • Provide you with specialized research guides on a variety of topics

Refer to the Library's home page for additional services, hours and contact information.

Departmental Liaisons

For specialized or one-on-one research assistance contact your department's Library liaison. 

Gilles Poitras
gpoitras@ggu.edu | (415) 442-7256
Liaison to: Human Resources Management, Operations Management, Finance.

James Krusling 
jkrusling@ggu.edu | (415) 442-7248
Liaison to: Taxation.

Larry Burg
lburg@ggu.edu | (415) 442-7250
Liaison to: DBA, General Business Reference, Management.

Teresa Lee
tlee@ggu.edu | (415) 442-7247
Liaison to: Economics,Psychology, Public Administration, EMPA, Accounting.

Marie White
mwhite@ggu.edu | (415) 442-7258
Liaison to: English, Marketing, Public Relations, PLUS, Undergraduate Programs, Health Services Management, EMBA.

Hadi Amjadi
hamjadi@ggu.edu | (415) 442-6686
Liaison to: Information Technology Management.

If your department isn't listed above, please contact askalibrarian@ggu.edu for assistance.

Search the Library

 Summon searches most of the Library's resources

 
 

Search the Libraries Catalog for books, journals, and more

 
 

Journal Finder

 
 
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Citation Resources

TIP: Keep track of your citations as you do the research!

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition is THE guide for how to format your papers. This book and other citation guides are available in the Library.

Use the Library's APA Citation Guide for common formatting examples.

RefWorks is a web-based tool for managing citations and bibliographies. For instructions on how to use it, see the RefWorks Guide. There are other citation managers you can use, too. See the box below for more options.

TIP: When saving/emailing articles from databases select the option to include the citation format. Remember to pick the APA (6th ed.) style.

RefWorks

Recommended Citation Manager

Additional Options

Related Guides

Subject Guide

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