These resources provide open access (free) materials for use in the classroom.
These resources charge a subscription fee. Most are on an individual basis, the library does NOT have an institutional license to access these materials.
Begining in 2013, the Harvard Business School has instituted a fairly restrictive policy limiting the ways by which faculty and students can use Case Studies.
Notice of Use Restrictions, May 2009: Harvard Business Review and Harvard Business Publishing Newsletter content on EBSCO is licensed for the private individual use of authorized EBSCO users. It is not intended for use as assigned course material in academic institutions nor as corporate learning or training materials in businesses. Academic licensees may not use this content in electronic reserves, electronic course packs, persistent linking from syllabi or by any other means of incorporating the content into course resources. Business licensees may not host this content on learning management systems or use persistent linking or other means to incorporate the content into learning management systems. Harvard Business Publishing will be pleased to grant permission to make this content available through such means. For rates and permission, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Phillips Library subscribes to Business Source Complete from EBSCO which includes read-only access to the 500 most popular HBR articles. Printing, saving, persistent linking, or using any other means to incorporate the content into course resources are not allowed.
Using Case Studies or Articles in Your Course:
Finding Case Studies and Articles in Library Databases (Business Source Complete):
These are journals that publish many case studies. The library subscribes to the journals through annual fees. You and your students can access these journals, and the case studies they contain, through the library's databases.