Access is available on and off campus to current McMaster University students, faculty and staff.
Instructors are asked to provide feedback before November 12.
McMaster University Library has organized a 30-day trial to the HSTalks Business and Management Collection, a rich source of original, professionally produced multimedia talks, case studies and interviews, and 20 peer-reviewed, vocational journals. The Collection enables faculty and students to quickly and easily access and incorporate high quality academic and professional insights by many world renowned authorities, to complement and enrich teaching and learning. Some examples of how the content is used include:
- To augment online course resources
- Talks are assigned for independent viewing in preparation for discussions or group-work activities
- As part of an online, blended, asynchronous or flipped-classroom approach to teaching and learning
- To create or support student projects and/or as ‘required reading’within a course syllabus
As self-directed study to extend student learning
Subjects covered include: management, strategy, banking and finance; marketing and digital marketing; supply chain and logistics, cyber security, aviation, healthcare and digital business. The journals publish around 6,000 case studies and articles by senior practitioners – as well as applied research.