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CBCA Fulltext Business

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CBCA (Canadian Business and Current Affairs) Fulltext Business is intended for business professionals, journalists, students, and teachers interested in business issues in Canada.

Over 400 journals make up the collection, with file depth back to the early 1980s.

Materials indexed: Trade journals, general business publications, academic journals, topical journals, and professional publications.

 
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Coverage
1982-01-01 to current 
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Partial fulltext database 
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Update frequency
Daily 
Titles indexed
From the search page of this database, click on "Databases selected". Under "CBCA Reference", click on the "View titles" link. 
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Subjects
Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, International Business, Management & Organizational Studies, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Policy Analysis, Technology & Operations Management 
Allows electronic reserves
no 
Ereserves notes
Must provide a link. So long as use employs durable links to Products so that a "hit" is registered on ProQuest's on-line platform. Members and Authorized Users may incorporate a reasonable portion of the Licensed Material in course packs, study packs, resource lists and in any other material (including but not limited to multi-media works) to be used in the course of instruction and/or in virtual and managed environments (including but not limited to virtual learning environments, managed learning environments, virtual research environments and library environments) hosted on a Secure Network (only accessible to Authorized Users by Secure Authentication) so long as a “hit” is registered on Licensor’s on-line platform each time an article is accessed for the CoursePack. Each item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, listing title and copyright owner. Copies of such items shall be deleted by the Member when they are no longer used for such purpose. Course packs in nonelectronic non-print perceptible form, such as Braille, may also be offered to Authorized Users. 
Allows coursepacks
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Coursepack notes
Must provide a link. So long as use employs durable links to Products so that a "hit" is registered on ProQuest's on-line platform. Members and Authorized Users may incorporate a reasonable portion of the Licensed Material in course packs, study packs, resource lists and in any other material (including but not limited to multi-media works) to be used in the course of instruction and/or in virtual and managed environments (including but not limited to virtual learning environments, managed learning environments, virtual research environments and library environments) hosted on a Secure Network (only accessible to Authorized Users by Secure Authentication) so long as a “hit” is registered on Licensor’s on-line platform each time an article is accessed for the CoursePack. Each item shall carry appropriate acknowledgement of the source, listing title and copyright owner. Copies of such items shall be deleted by the Member when they are no longer used for such purpose. Course packs in nonelectronic non-print perceptible form, such as Braille, may also be offered to Authorized Users. 
Allows interlibrary loan
yes 
Interlibrary loan notes
ILL of a single article is permitted using a printout from the electronic original. If transmitting via Ariel, the electronic file must be deleted immediately after printing. ILL is permitted for the purposes of research or private study but not for commercial use. If the publisher has imposed a restriction in the screen displays associated with their publications, the restriction overrides the general rule that allows for use of the materials in an appropriately run interlibrary loan program. [Section 1c and Interlibrary Loan Policy on p.4] 
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