This guide features the Proctor Library's most useful and comprehensive sources for hospitality and tourism research. If you have any questions or need help with an assignment, please see a librarian at our Ask Here Desk or contact librarian Brian Nesselrode at

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Academic Search Ultimate:
Full text for over 9,000 scholarly publications in almost every discipline including social sciences, humanities, education, arts & literature, and many more.

Business Source Ultimate:
Full text of over 3,500 journals, over 2,100 of which are peer-reviewed, SWOT analyses, country, company, and industry profiles.

Films on Demand:
Instant 24/7 access to thousands of high-quality television programs, documentaries, and educational films covering all subject areas.

Hospitality and Tourism Complete:
Unique resource for information covering all areas of hospitality and tourism. In addition to full-text journals, it provides magazines, company and country reports, books and newspapers.

An on-demand streaming video platform that offers viewers a large collection of award-winning films and documentaries.

Nexis Uni formerly LexisNexis:
Full text access to court cases, newspapers, magazines, wire services, and trade publications from all over the world.

Mintel Academic:
Provides a one-stop online platform, designed to give easy and fast access to the best-in-class consumer and market intelligence used by professionals around the world.

SPORTDiscus with Full Text:
Premier source for sports and sports medicine studies, providing full-text content from many journals.

Standard and Poor’s NetAdvantage:
Company profiles, industry surveys, stock reports, investment reviews, and more.

APA Cheat Sheet


Print Books

  • APA Style Guide to Electronic Sources -- RREF PN171 .A63 2007 *
  • Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association -- RREF BF76.7 .P83, 2010 *


* RREF stands for Ready Reference near the Ask Here desk on the first floor.

Comparison Guide

This guide shows some basic examples side-by-side between APA, ASA, Chicago, and MLA.

Web Sources on APA

This is the American Psychological Association website's help section for users of their manual.

Information Literacy Module 1: Getting Started With Research



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