Harvard Business Review (HBR) Course packs
Grad vs. UG: courses 200 and above are grad, and below 200 are undergrad.
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Whether you are using course reserves, or a coursepack, see the tab Syllabi & Library Statement for suggested communications that will help reduce confusion and increase student success. Watch a short video explaining the ins-and-outs of using HBR materials: HBR Tutorial for Faculty
Start with the library! The Business Library database Business Source Complete has many HBR cases studies and articles. The library provides a research guide designed to help students and faculty locate HBR articles the database Business Source Complete. The research guide provides easy to follow instructions and includes a short video. A link to the research guide can be added to course reserves to facilitate the search process. For articles and case studies not available via Business Source Complete, GGU instructors can set up HBR coursepacks by contacting the Ageno School of Business, not the Business Library.
We encourage you to use the Harvard Business Review research guide and share the link with students http://ggu.libguides.com/hbr Need help? Ask us!
Consider setting up a HBR coursepack for your students. The Business Library does not administer coursepacks. Contact the Ageno School of Business. Watch a short video explaining the ins-and-outs of using HBR materials: HBR Tutorial for Faculty
Harvard Business Publishing supports educators' use of their case studies and articles by providing a website and free educator accounts.
Instructors provide students with a coursepack URL in a syllabus and/or eLearning. A coursepack URL expires at the end of every term - it can be refreshed, producing a new URL. Students must purchase all items you select as Required reading. If you flag items as Optional, students have purchase options.
At GGU, HBR coursepacks are set up and administered by Ageno School of Business, not the Business Library.
Can't find the URL? Ask your instructor.
First time? Click the URL and Register. Create your own username and password.
Coursepacks may include articles, case studies, video, and chapters. Look for the PURCHASE COURSEPACK button at the top of the the main box.
What does it mean - EXPIRED??
Don't panic. A coursepack URL only expires at the end of the term. Contact your .
Do I need to BUY everything?
Yes and no! All items flagged as Required readings must be purchased - all at once. If articles are flagged as Optional - you can decide to purchase or not.
What is the advantage of a coursepack?
With a coursepack you don't need to search and hunt for the articles and cases studies. Most HBR articles and cases studies are not freely available outside of the HBP website. There is an educational discount for coursepack items - typically around 50%.
Harvard Business Publishing has very strict guidelines for copyright. It is important to understand that general fair use practices do not apply to HBR.
It is acceptable to post coursepack URLs, and to post a link to GGU course reserves which can be set up to access to the Harvard Business Review research guide. This is a guide designed to support students searching for articles and case studies in the library database Business Source Complete.
All HBP content is protected by copyright and may not be reproduced or distributed, whether in print or electronic form, without permission of Harvard Business School Publishing.
Harvard Business Publishing prohibits the collecting/posting of case, article, or chapter files on "e-reserve" course pages or institutional platform/databases. Only approved coursepack or institutional access links to content may be posted for student use unless otherwise authorized. Authorized links musts be password-protected, accessible only to students in the course, and taken down at the end of the course.
For more information: Copyright Permission