BUSINESS (Gale OneFile)
Notice the different source types found in business databases.
General information applies to specific circumstances. Look at the article entry below. Notice how the concept of strategic management is targeted toward something specific (efficiency) in a specific place (Pakistan) in a specific type of organization (public sector) as compared to the general definition/explanation of strategic management in Credo Reference.
Also, notice this is a scholarly article which means it's published in an academic journal and has been peer-reviewed (verified by business experts). Notice the length of the article, the author's credentials, and a list of Keywords you can add to your list to use in future searches.
BUSINESS SOURCE PREMIER (EBSCO)
After you perform a search in an EBSCO database - apply these filters to target complete Full-Text and Peer-Reviewed articles.
NOTE: EBSCO searches will will include both Full-Text articles and Abstracts (short summaries). Check the Full-Text box for complete articles only.
Sometimes you have to skim several pages to find an article that might work for you.
To read an article in an EBSCO database you click on the title of the article to access it. When you see HTML Full-Text with a article, the article will appear when you open the page. Click on the PDF symbol to open a scan of the original article. Notice the important information - Authors, Source, Subject Terms ( Keywords), Abstract, Author credentials/affiliations.
For more information about using Business Source Premier, check out our Business Databases LibGuide.