Category: ResearchTips

Read the New York Times for Free

Are you a currently enrolled UNC student? Then you’re a few short steps from having full access to the New York Times online through UNC Libraries. Sign up by visiting nytimes.com/passes and registering with your UNC email address. Have a

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Flipster

The Park Library now has Flipster, an app for reading magazines on your phone, computer, or tablet. Through Flipster we have access to: Essence O, the Oprah Magazine Popular Photography Vanity Fair ESPN Magazine Newsweek en Español To use Flipster

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All the ads you need

The Park Library is here to help you find current or vintage ads. Check out our webpage on Print and Television Advertisments! Need more ads? Come by the library to use our print collections on commercial art and the Clio

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Read the Wall Street Journal

Read the Wall Street Journal online by visting bit.ly/mejo-WSJ!

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SBRnet

SBRnet (Sports Business Research Network) is the ideal source for sports and sporting goods industry market research, demographics, and industry news. Use it to find market research, statistics, facility reports, industry directories, and more! Some questions SBRnet can answer: How

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PR Week

Sign up for unlimited online access to PR Week!

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Park Library Hacks

Welcome to the Park Library Hacks! Want to make an appointment with Stephanie?  Improve your searching?  Get a book from another library?  Check out our quick Library Hacks series on YouTube! Here are seven tips to help improve how you

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BI Intelligence

Find reports, news notes, and charts and data focusing on five key areas: Mobile, Digital Media, Payments, E-Commerce and the Internet of Things. Data available as an Excel download. Create an account with BI Intelligence (or login if you already have an

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Statista

Using Statista can help you find great statistics for your MEJO work! Just type in a topic, and the statistics come as both an interactive graph and a downloadable excel file.

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Make an Appointment!

Click the button below to make an appointment with Stephanie at the Park Library. It’ll take 15-45 minutes, depending on your questions.  Create a new account to make an appointment; your Onyen and password do not work in the “Make an appointment” system.

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