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Hospitality Management

Business Databases

The Wall Street Journal

Select Business - Topics Hospitality to:

  • Read the Wall Street Journal’s dedicated section for Hospitality and Hotel news.

Select Lifestyle - Topics - Travel to:

  • Find travel information for destinations in Europe, the US, and worldwide.
  • Read about a wide range of travel topics such as news, articles, tips, and advice.

Select Lifestyle - More – Carry On to:

  • Read the Carry On column focused on travel-related news, articles, biography, and photos.

The New York Times

Business coverage includes breaking news and analysis on business and the economy, including the latest news in technology, stock markets, media and finance.

The New York Times Travel section covers a wide range of topics related to travel. It includes articles on destinations, travel tips, vacation ideas, photography, and more.

Massachusetts Newspapers

Current Issues Databases and Websites

Sources for Scholary/Peer Reviewed Journals

Academic Search Premier and Academic OneFile are databases that specialize in academic journals.   Academic Search Premier and Academic OneFile are a good starting point whenever you are looking for Academic/Peer Reviewed Journals or Scholarly Sources.  

Periodical-based content typically falls into one of three main categories: Academic Journal, Trade Publication, or Magazine. Multiple factors can affect the designation. Read this helpful handout from EBSCO to understand the difference.

Find Books and More with the CLAMS Catalog

Click on the icon to search the CLAMS catalog.  If you live in a CLAMS community, you can order books from the Wilkens Library (or any other CLAMS library) and send them to your town library. 

Searching the CLAMS catalog

  • To begin your search, enter your search terms and use the dropdown menus to target your search.
  • Narrow your results with a variety of filters.

Signing into your library account

  • In the Wilkens Library Catalog Click SIGN IN. Enter your library barcode (the number on the bottom of your 4Cs ID) and the last 4 digits of your phone number on file.

Requesting materials

  • Request materials (books, DVDs, magazines etc.) from any CLAMS library by clicking Place Hold. Enter your library barcode (the number on the bottom of your 4Cs ID) and the last 4 digits of your phone number on file.