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This is a selective list of databases for Technology & Operations Management topics.

Contact Mark Bodnar, Business Liaison Librarian, if you need assistance.

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  1. Thousands of scholarly business journals, industry magazines, company profiles, and industry & market reports. This database offers information in virtually every area of business including accounting & tax, banking, finance & insurance, construction, computer science, economics and many more.
  2. In-depth market research and strategy reports of emerging technologies, including Aerospace & Defense; Chemicals, Materials and Food; Electronics & Security; Energy & Power Systems; Environment and Building Technologies; Healthcare; and Information & Communication Technologies.

    SFU faculty and staff are eligible to use a separate version which includes PDF downloads. Please contact ajoseph@frost.com or Jennifer.Bowen@frost.com from a valid SFU email account to set up access to that version.

    SFU students may request PDF delivery of specific reports from Frost & Sullivan for legitimate use. Please contact ajoseph@frost.com or Jennifer.Bowen@frost.com from a valid SFU email account with your request.

  3. Analysis of Canadian, US, Chinese and global industries providing insight into current and future industry performance, changing trends, operating conditions and supply chain linkages. Each report covers the industry's description, outlook, and life cycle stage, as well as the competitive landscape, major companies, and key statistics.
  4. BCC Research provides market analysis and forecasting reports on major emerging technological and scientific developments, including: Biotechnology, Energy and Resources, Instrumentation and Sensors, Nanotechnology, Healthcare, Photonics, and Advanced Materials.
  5. A simple to use statistics portal that integrates statistics from thousands of sources, on topics related to business, media, public policy, health and others. Statistics can be exported in PPT, XLS, PDF, and PNG formats.

Other Resources

  1. Multidisciplinary index to academic & popular journals.
  2. The ACM's (Association for Computing Machinery) fulltext journals, conference proceedings, technical reports, and special interest group (SIG) newsletters. Includes technical and social aspects of computing technologies. Access the ACM Online Guide, a comprehensive bibliographic database on computing, via the Advanced Search function.
  3. Covers a range of journals on applied science and technology topics such as engineering, computer science, robotics, geology and metallurgy, materials, transportation, etc.
  4. Strategic management reports, including industry reports in consumer products, energy, financial services, healthcare, and technology.
  5. Comprehensive Canadian periodical collection for reference and current events. Publications include scholarly journal articles, trade publications, dissertations, books, newspapers and magazines.
  6. In depth access to a broad range of Canadian business periodicals, including trade journals, general business publications, academic journals, and topical journals.
  7. Bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields. References are drawn from core journals that are fully indexed, non-core journals from which articles are selected that have statistical content, proceedings and edited books, and other sources.
    Access to the Current Index to Statistics (CIS) became open to the public effective January 1, 2017. CIS will remain open until December 31, 2019 and at that time will be shut down.
  8. Publications from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET, formerly the IEE.) Document types include books, journals, conference proceedings, and standards. Topic areas include electrical and computer engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, physics, and materials science.
  9. International news coverage, business news, legal cases and law reports from early 1970's to present. Content is strongly American with significant coverage of Canadian and international topics.
  10. Thousands of in-depth step-by-step video tutorials, taught by experts, on software development, design practices, business skills, web development, and photography.
  11. Reviews and abstracts of books, articles and conference proceedings on mathematics, statistics, and computing science.
  12. Covers general science, biological and agricultural science, applied science, and technology. Mainly citations and abstracts, with some full-text articles.
  13. Reports new developments in the fields of control and information sciences. Includes preliminary drafts of monographs and advanced textbooks, lectures, research reports, and conference papers.
  14. E-books, reports and journal issues focused on sustainability, CSR, corporate governance, ethics, environmental policy and management.
  15. Indexes core journal articles, conference proceedings, and other resources in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities, can be used for citation analysis of research. A citation index contains the references cited by the authors of the publications covered by the index. You can use these references to do a cited reference search. This type of search enables you to find works that cite a previously published work.
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