Welcome to this tutorial on Passport!
This tutorial will cover:
To get started, from the Parrish Library homepage, select the List of Business Databases on the left side of the page.
Then select Passport.
What kind of information is available?
Passport is an online business information system providing business intelligence on countries, consumers and industries. It offers integrated access to statistics, market reports, company profiles and information sources.
Passport calls this a search tree, you can either search the full tree or browse for the content you’re looking for.
You can select a specific category or topic, select all, or select what you’re looking for from the list.
Search criteria will be displayed at the top of the page.
At any time, you can click on “Modify Search” to make changes to your search.
Results will be divided into two tabs; statistics and analysis.
You have the option to refine your search on either tab, and the analysis page allows you to sort the results by relevance, alphabetically, or by date.
From the analysis tab,
At the top, you can view different sections of the report by clicking the other tab options.
If you find you need more help when using Passport, you can click on the “Help” button in the main navigation for access to help guides and statistics.
What have you learned?
Now you know how to access Passport, what kind of information is available, and how to do a search.
Thank you for using this tutorial!
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