Answered By: Berkeley College Library
Last Updated: Dec 07, 2022     Views: 1612

Many of the Berkeley College Library databases provide ways to search for case studies on a variety of topics including specific companies. Below you will find the steps to find case studies on specific companies or topics in our recommended Berkeley College databases.

ProQuest Central (Or any of the more focused ProQuest databases):

  1. Start from Engage. Click on the Library tile in Engage to get to the Library website.
  2. Then select the “A-Z Databases” tile. 
  3. Once you are on the database page click on “P” to find the "Business Case Studies"
  4. You can also use “ProQuest Central” database. Once on the ProQuest Central main search page, type your company name in the search box with the phrase "case study" in quotation marks. You can also type in a topic such as "social media" or "online learning."
    1. NOTE: The quotation marks ensure that the entire phrase "case study" will appear in your search results.
  5. Before searching, check off the box for “Full Text”.  If your assignment requires scholarly resources, check the box for “Scholarly journals”.  Click the magnifying glass to search.
  6. Select the Full Text button under any article to be taken to the articles and details.
  7. You can use the narrowing options on the left side to focus your results further. (See the FAQ link below on how to effectively narrow results).  



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