One way for finding additional relevant material is by looking at the references (or footnotes) found in journal articles, books, websites, etc. Use this "How-To-Guide" to sharpen your skills in this vital strategy.
Using Alert Services
You all have unique research foci drawing you into specific paths of inquiry. One helpful technique for detecting when new scholarship on a specific topic has been published is by setting alerts. This comprehensive Alert Services guide will walk you through the how-to process of setting such alerts.
A database all areas of hospitality and tourism, including hospitality law, market trends and hotel management. It includes both scholarly research and industry news. Hospitality and Tourism Index tutorial
CABI Leisure Tourism indexes global research about leisure, tourism, hospitality and recreation, plus news and research updates and provides full text access to almost 2,400 book chapters from CABI’s tourism book collection.
Providing access to a comprehensive collection of over 2,000 newspapers and news sources from around the world. A few journals are also available. Make sure to filter by "Journal" under "Source Type" to view them. Information is translated into English when original is written in another language.
A large database containing scholarly journal articles and conference papers on any topic in science, technology, medicine, social sciences, and arts & humanities. Includes cited references and h-index information. Scopus tutorial
ERIC contains records and links to education literature and curriculum materials. It includes journal articles, books, conference papers, curriculum guides, dissertations and policy papers in topics ranging from pre-k through adult education, teacher education, counseling, second-language learning, special education, and assessment.
Provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. Results are limited to just scholarly sources. It includes content from academic websites such as publishers, universities and professional associations. It will find presentations, Word documents, and other file types not typically found in other databases.