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Event & Convention Management

This guide outlines books, article databases, and other sources to guide students and faculty researching a topic within the field of event and convention management.

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Welcome to the library resources guide for students researching topics relating to Event & Convention Management. 

The purpose of this guide is to highlight some of the key resources for conducting library research in this discipline.

Resources are arranged by category and can be accessed by selecting from the tabs above.
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Research Tips

Some really great resources to consult are:  

Library Catalogue Search Tips

Use the following terms in a subject search to find related items in the library catalogue. A subject search can be performed by typing in the suggested items below and clicking on the blue "subject button".

Special Events
Special Events -- Planning

Meetings
Meetings -- Planning

Congresses and Conventions
Congresses and Conventions -- Planning

Hospitality Industry
Hospitality Industry -- Management

 

Books to Get You Started

Why Reference books?

Question: What value lies in a reference work? Why should you bother to consult these books?

Answer: Reference books help create a framework around your topic. They can help guide you in asking the right questions. Reference books can help researchers become more efficient database searchers - in formulating which keywords (or search terms) to use. Scholarly reference books also contain bibliographies (!!) - a listing of some of the most respected secondary and most useful primary sources on a topic. In a nutshell.... reference books are a great way to begin your research.

Books to Get You Started

Here are some awesome books to get you started on your research topic.  

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