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Project Management: Journals and databases

Key Project Management Databases

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  Databases

Specialist online resources give you access to articles, technical reports, professional guidance and information to support your studies. There are guides to using some of the databases - click on the question mark button next to the link. 

BCU's Digital Library also provides access to past exam papers, examples of final projects and digitised chapters and articles relevant to your course.

  Journals

Journals cover a range of sources, including newspapers; magazines and scholarly publications.  News and research around your subject area are usually published first in journals.

A journal can be useful:

  • to find up-to-date information

  •  to find our what has been researched on your topic

  •  to find information that points to other relevant research

You can search by article title, journal title or keyword on the library website. Print-only journals are available in your campus library.

If the article you need is not accessible directly from this University, you can request it via Inter-Library Loan.

There are three key journals which “represent the main body of research in project studies” (Stingl and Geraldi, 2017: 123).

In addition, you have access to:

and the open access journals:

  • PM Network (Project Management Institute – US) held on ABI/Inform
  • Project (Association for Project Management – APM)
     

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