Bibliographies list a variety of sources and are helpful when you want to know what's available in a specific area or would like to find a source that is related to a specific topic. The following books list a variety of great sources that will be useful to you during the research process.
In addition to the sources listed below, many of the books listed in the "Guides to the Literature" section found under the "Getting Started" tab also provide some excellent bibliographies.
In order to use the Interlibrary Loan service, you must first have an ILLiad account. On the page linked to below, click on the link for "First Time Users." Books, as well as other materials not owned by UK, such as articles, CDs, microfilm, etc., can be requested.
Browsing for Books
There are a number of call numbers that pertain to New Product Development, if you would just like to browse for books. Since New Product Development falls under the category of business and business is considered a social science, the books that will be most useful to you can be found in the Hs on the 4th floor of Young Library. The following call numbers are the ones that you will find most useful:
To find books at the University of Kentucky, search InfoKat Discovery by clicking on this button:
InfoKat lists the holdings of the entire University of Kentucky Library System, in all its locations. Most books are held at William T. Young Library; however, if they pertain to a particular subject outside of the social sciences or humanities, they might be held in a campus subject library. For instance, a book on marketing to hospitals might be held in the Medical Center Library or a book on the art markets might be held in the Little Fine Arts Library.
When you search by subject in InfoKat Discovery for books concerning new product development, use the terms below to get the best results. Also, to create more specific searches, you can combine subject terms using the advanced search by putting each subject in a separate box joined by "AND."
To find virtually all books on any topic (including those not owned by the University of Kentucky), search WorldCat, which contains descriptive records of any type of material cataloged by OCLC member libraries, which include most libraries in the U.S. as well as a number of Canadian and European libraries.
Use the link to UK's Interlibrary Loan service within the WorldCat record to conveniently order books that UK Libraries does not own.
When searching by subject in WorldCat, the terms below will provide the best results for books concerning new product development. Also, to create more specific searches, you can combine subject terms using the advanced search by putting each subject in a separate box joined by "AND."
Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) contains full-text electronic reference books, things like encyclopedias and almanacs. It's a great resource if you are away from the library and need a question answered that requires a reference book, something you can't normally check out of the library.
Off-campus users will need to use their link blue ID and password to login before they can access GVRL.
eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) is another online resource that can be used to find a variety of e-books, not just reference books. It can be accessed like GVRL, by clicking on the "Electronic Resources" button on the Libraries'homepage, then typing, "eBook Collection" into the search box. Of course you can also click on the link above.