The Savvy Researcher workshop series offers hands-on sessions during the fall and spring semesters. During the breaks, please refer to our corresponding Savvy Researcher LibGuides for asynchronous assistance. Alternatively, you may fill out a consultation request or visit the Scholarly Commons during our open hours.
NEW - Submit a request for a Savvy Researcher title to be taught at your upcoming research group or faculty meeting. Please fill out a request form: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/6094473.
(Note: Not all workshops are available for instruction and sessions are limited to five participants or more.)
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If you’re curious about business information, but don’t have a business background, this session is for you. We will go through the basics of what business information is, where you can find it, and how you might use it to bring additional insights to your research project. Sample topics include:
--Company information: individual company profiles; lists of companies based on common characteristics such as location and industry --Market information: demographics, lifestyles and purchasing habits of people around the world --Economic information: individual access to resources, personal expenditures, business environment characteristics by country
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