Chester Fritz Library Updates

News and notes from UND's Chester Fritz Library

Database Upgrades!

Good news! We’ve upgraded our subscriptions to Academic Search Ultimate and Business Source Ultimate just in time for the new semester. Both databases give you more full-text electronic content!   

Academic Search Ultimate

This database has more peer-reviewed, full-text journals for scholarly research. It includes a combination of academic journals, magazines, periodicals, reports, books and videos in many disciplines ranging from anthropology, biomedicine, engineering, health, law and literacy to mathematics, women’s studies, and more.  The database includes: 

  • A Global Scope 
  • English-language and native-language full-text journals from Asia, Oceania, Europe and Latin America 
  • Provides an advantage to students seeking a broader, more global perspective 
  • Valuable Videos 
  • More than 75,000 videos from the Associated Press 
  • Footage from 1930 to the present 


Business Source Ultimate:

This database also has more full-text journals, peer-reviewed journals, and magazines. Subjects include accounting, administration, banking, economics, finance, human resources, management, and marketing. The database includes:   

  • Harvard Business Review 
  • Unrestricted access, linking, printing and downloads 
  • Course usage rites 
  • Company Information 
  • Company information on over 1 million public and private companies 
  • Case studies, SWOT analysis, market research reports, and industry profiles 
  • Standard & Poor’s Industry Surveys 
  • Access to the most current surveys with no embargo 
  • Track business trends 
  • Over 27,000 business videos from industry leaders including: 
  • Academy of Management 
  • Harvard Business Review 
  • Bloomberg 
  • IGI Global  


There’s also a new feature that lets users narrow result types to Ebsco eBooks that can be read online or checked out. For more information on eBook collections at the library, check out our eBook research guide!

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