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Guide to resources for students in the graduate Organizational Leadership programs
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Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies: Most Frequently Read Articles

To view the articles full text, copy and paste the titles into the "Quick Search" box in the online library.

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This page is your guide to finding helpful research resources in the Argosy University, Chicago Library as well as on the web. This guide is designed to save you time by highlighting the resources that may be of most use to students in Organizational Leadership.

Click on the above tabs to view information about finding articles, books, and other resources, as well as links to writing and research tips and help. 

Library Research Guides are updated constantly, so be sure to check back often! Also, check out the Library News Blog to get up to date information about the library, events, and other news.

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Upcoming Workshops/ Events

On Campus Workshops:

Registration required for all on campus sessions. @

"Research Essentials" Series:
In addition to learning how to find specific types of information relevant to your area of study, we'll look at the most effective search techniques to generate more relevant results quickly. The 30-40 minute sessions will also include information about valuable library services.

Monday,  March 24................5:00 pm- 5:45 pm

Research & the Literature Review
Learn what makes an effective literature review, the steps involved in conducting research for a literature review, and tips on how to find and evaluate resources.

Wednesday, March 19......5:00pm -6:00 pm

If you have questions about these workshops, or if you there is a topic you'd like to see covered, please let us know. Email Fay at

Online Webinars:

Registration required for all on online webinars. Please register through the library instruction/workshops page, or look for the registration information in the online library or your university e-mail.

Research & the Literature Review Process
Social Media: Professional and Academic Use of LinkedIn
SPSS Basics and Review

Organizing Literature Using Proquest’s My Research and Refworks

Doctoral Students Series:

IRB Overview

This recorded webinar presented by Dr. Kmitta, National IRB Chair, will provide an overview of the IRB process for students. What to expect and what you need.

Wednesday April 2nd -  5:00 PM - 6:00 PM CST

If you have questions about these workshops, or if you would the library to offer more workshops, let us know. Please email Fay at

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