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Steve Cramer, Business Librarian  

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What's new this summer:

Scopus
On July 1, the library switched from Web of Science to Scopus, a more comprehensive but much less expensive product for citation counts and article searching. Details on the switch. Feel free to contact me with questions.

NCLIVE changes for 2015-17

New video tutorial: How to Find Trade Articles using Business Source Complete

 

30-Second Welcome from the Business Librarian

 

About Steve

I began working in Jackson Library in April 2001, and was awarded tenure in 2007. I'm co-founder of Business Librarianship in North Carolina (BLiNC), a member of ALA's BRASS, and a Carolina Consortium negotiator.

I co-teach MKT 426: International Marketing (the "Export Odyssey" class) and ENT 300: Feasibility Analysis.

As a Coleman Fellow for Entrepreneurship Education, I teach ENT/GEO/LIS 530: Researching Opportunities in Entrepreneurship & Economic Development each spring.

My blog is http://liaisonlife.wordpress.com/.

I came to UNCG from Duke University, where I was the Digital Services Librarian and business specialist in Perkins Library. Before that, I was a librarian at Davenport College (now University) of Business in Holland, Michigan. I earned a BA in Medieval and Renaissance Studies from the University of Michigan in 1991, and a Master's degree in Library and Information Science from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1994.

 

Some Spring 2014 testimonials from students

"Steve, Thank you for all your help and advice over the past few years. I really appreciate it!"

"Thanks for all your help Mr. Cramer! I know we got a lot out of our meeting today and thanks for those documents."

"You have been a great advisor and guided me through my research work and classes."

"Thanks again for the generosity of your time and knowledge."

"You were such a big help with my [research] project last semester that I would like to further use your assistance this semester with [my new project]..."

"This is perfect, thank you! Just what I needed."

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