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BUSI 1200: Professional Development I - Strategies for Business

This guide provides information and links to resources to help you complete course assignments.

Welcome!

Welcome to the library course guide for BUSI 1200: Professional Development I -- Strategies for Business! This guide provides helpful information and links so you can successfully complete your course assignments.

Also, be sure and sign up for your free subscription to the Wall Street Journal. This subscription is courtesy of the G. Brint Ryan College of Business.

Need help? Contact Yvonne Dooley, your business librarian, at yvonne.dooley@unt.edu.

How do I get started?

Below you will find links to resources related to career development and exploration to get you started on your class assignments. Each one is designated by: 1) a heading describing the resources, 2) information about the website or database the resource came from, and 3) the formal citation for the resource in APA format, where applicable.

Articles:

Access the library database, Business Source Complete, for business articles like the ones below (you must login with your EUID and password for remote access):

Career Exploration:

Access the following authoritative websites for career information as shown below (free resources with no login required):

  • CareerOneStop - offers career exploration through self assessments, career information, and planning.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook - offers different ways to browse and search for particular occupation information, including by salary, education, and projected growth rate.
  • O*NET OnLine - Occupational Information Network (O*NET) offers basic and advanced search features, along with browsing capabilities, information for veterans, and information for those wanting to start a new career.

E-books:

Access the library online catalog for e-books on career development like the ones below (you must login with your EUID and password for remote access to electronic resources):

Professional Development:

Access the following library databases for career development materials (you must login with your EUID and password for remote access):

  • LearningExpress Library - offers academic and career-related development resources including test preparation materials, tutorials, and e-books.
  • LinkedIn Learning - online learning platform offering engaging videos from industry experts teaching subjects in business, technology, and other professional development areas.

Streaming Videos:

Access the library database, Alexander Street Press, for streaming videos on career development like the ones below (you must login with your EUID and password for remote access):

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