Monday, February 06, 2006

Research Network Subscriptions

Hey folks -

Increasingly, what we access on behalf of SBDC clients is electronic in origin. However, we still get value from the printed word. A good number of articles are copied from those journals and newspapers we have under subscription. In case you were curious, here's what travels among our in-boxes:

Advertising Age (weekly)
Agency Sales (free - monthly)
Black Enterprise (monthly)
Boating Industry (free - monthly)
Business First – Buffalo (weekly)
Business Week (weekly)
Capital District Business Review (weekly)
Central New York Business Journal (weekly)
Chronicle of Higher Education (weekly)
Consumer Reports (monthly)
Crain’s New York Business (weekly)
Entrepreneur (monthly)
Forbes (biweekly)
Fortune Small Business (monthly)
Government Technology (free - monthly)
Hispanic Business (free - monthly)
Inc (monthly)
Information Outlook (monthly)
Journal of Commerce (weekly)
Long Island Business News (weekly)
Oswego County Business (bimonthly)
Pet Business (monthly)
Playthings (monthly)
Professional Carwashing & Detailing (free - monthly)
Rochester Business Journal (weekly)
Sales & Marketing Management (monthly)
Searcher (monthly)
Signs of the Times (monthly)
Tea & Coffee Trade Journal (monthly)
Wall Street Journal (weekday + Saturday)
Westchester County Business Journal (weekly)

With the exception of the Wall Street Journal, we keep two years of each item on our shelves.
Many of these titles are indexed on the electronic databases that we use, so articles over two years old are still accessible.

They don't take up much space, they're quiet, but require a lot of oversight. Our publications collection, then, is much like a high-maintenance cat.

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