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Covid-19 Sources: Home

Researching Business-related topics and Covid-19

Because the year 2020 has so been marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, you may be interested in incorporating it into your business plans, marketing assignments, and other academic projects here at Cleary.  I hope this guide will be helpful to you and give you strategies and resources to make your research successful.

Covid-19 Terms

Covid-19 is known by a number of different names. If you are searching Google or databases for information on the disease, it's important to keep this in mind. Not every author will call the virus by the same name.  To increase your success at finding information, you should switch-out these terms and try different searches.  This will bring new and different results to you.

  • novel coronavirus
  • COVID19
  • coronavirus
  • 2019-nCoV
  • SARS-CoV-2

Not finding much on your topic?

Depending on your topic, you may or may not find many helpful articles.  This is especially true if you are looking for scholarly journal articles.  You may need to consider searching related terms to get relevant information.  For example:

  • pandemic
  • natural disaster
  • emergency planning
  • crisis

Each of these terms applies to our current times.  While they aren't specific to Covid-19, they do convey the general environment that affects our lives and the economy.

Covid-19 Statistics and Data

Federal and State Resources