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How to Read Like a Pro
Every field and industry has at least one publication that people in the field read to keep up with what's going on. These magazines are in the Library's collections and you can access them and read like any pro in your field! For those exploring careers, they are great sources for inspiration. For job seekers, they are sources that can help you look knowledgable on trends, which can give you an edge for your job interviews and put you at ease for those moments of small talk with a potential employer.
To find more industry news for your own special interest, type your keywords and do a search. In the results, look at the left nav bar for Source Type and click "trade journals" and/or "magazines" to follow the latest news. You may set up an alert in your email for weekly updates or follow the feed in a news reader.
Example: clean tech. Check off "Trade Publications" on the left to focus on news & developments in the field.
This well-known collection of market analyst reports, international news and real-world analysis focuses on a broad coverage of computing and technology sectors. Students will like the market research and IT staff will like its tools and benchmarking contents. Gartner analysts cover a broad range of business functions that impact the technology sector. NOTE: use your Business Systems credentials to login. Gartner also recruits and hires; see the careers section of their webpage.
Cutter acts as a “global business-technology advisory firm dedicated to helping organizations leverage emerging technologies and the latest business management thinking to achieve competitive advantage and mission success” and UC San Diego has a subscription to its web contents, which includes expert research and analysis of industry trends in information technology. Cutter focuses on these practice areas:
Agile product management and software engineering excellence
Business and enterprise architecture
Business technology and digital transformation strategies
If you are interested in talking to a Cutter consultant directly, some restrictions apply; please contact Adele Barsh or Jessica Hilt about your research need. Also contact us if you are not finding what you want within the Cutter site.
This section of the well-known journal Science contain articles on a broad range of STEM careers and features career profiles, job search Q&A, working life articles, information about the job market and job listings.
Search for biotech and high tech firms located in CA.
Regional business news sources also follow high tech companies throughout North America. they are good for following the news in locales you'd like to work, finding potential employer and locating background to prepare for interviews. We have two major sources of these publications, listed below.
This database covers more than 80 business journals, newspapers, and newswires covering metropolitan and rural areas within the United States. Can be searched separately or simultaneously with Business Source Complete (national and international coverage) by using the 'Choose Databases' option from the main search screen.
The SDBJ compiles its weekly lists in an annual collection of the largest companies and local organizations. Current issue is in Geisel Library Reference Collection (HF3163.S38 S28), older versions are available back to 1986. HTML or PDF versions of the current weekly lists are in Business Insights: Global database. Online versions for other North American regional business news (Los Angeles, for example) are also available in BI:G and Regional Business News.
This organization also has many special interest groups focused on sub-topics such as information architecture, user experience, health informatics, digital libraries, taxonomies, and information in the disciplines such as humanities, sciences, education and social sciences.