Answered By: Susan Garrison Last Updated: Mar 22, 2021 Views: 10
Yes, you may use articles from Harvard Business Review (HBR) from our print collection via Course Reserves. Our Course Reserves team will scan and upload requested articles to your Canvas page. Fair Use applies for these print requests.
Additionally, articles from HBR are available electronically from 1922-present in EBSCO's Business Source Complete.
The American Library Association's Reference & User Services Association (RUSA), has developed an HBR 500 list. This list contains the most popular 500 articles from HBR. The articles are searchable either in print or online.
This arrangement does not include HBR Cases. Cases must be purchased separately. Neither Fondren or the Business Information Center subscribe to an HBR Case database. However, HBR Cases are indexed in Business Source Complete.
For information regarding including HBR Cases for your Canvas page/website/syllabus, please contact your department or faculty coordinator for more information.
Please see the following for information on Harvard Business Review Access and Pricing.