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Master of Business Administration: Home

About this guide

This guide accomplishes multiple purposes.

First, it provides quick access to frequently used business resources.

Second, it highlights business resources available from the library that may be unfamiliar to students.

Third, it serves as an access point to librarians, Smarthinking, and APA and plagiarism resources.

Your Librarians

Contact Lynn or Patty with questions regarding library resources.

Lynn Bivens, Head Librarian     207-893-7726


Patricia Takacs, Reference and Information Literacy Librarian

Student Support

All Saint Joseph's College students may use Smarthinking, which provides access to tutors, and feedback for written assignments. Find a link to Smarthinking under the Student Resources heading on your Brightspace course homepage. 

Quick Access

Business Source Complete is an essential tool for business students covering all disciplines of business, including marketing, management, finance and more as well as digital access to the Harvard Business Review archive. 

Harvard Business Review within Business Source Complete. Coverage from 10/01/1922 to the present. Browse by date or search by author, keyword, etc. 

MIT Sloan Management Review within Business Premium Collection. Coverage from Winter 1998 to the present. Browse by date or search by author, keyword, ect. 

The Systems Thinker provides a collection of case studies, articles, how-to guides and pocket guides for systems thinkers.

The W. Edwards Deming Institute continues the work of Dr. Deming in the fields of quality and profound knowledge. 

Juran is based on the work of Dr. Joseph Juran, often called the father of quality. 

Margaret J. Wheatley offers a complete library of the author's articles, videos and podcasts.

The Foundation for Critical Thinking is the premier resource for teaching and learning related to critical thinking.

Contact Us

The primary means of contact for the library is the email address listed below.


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