Clients of the Los Alamos SBDC are very welcome to utilize the library and its services free of charge.
Extent of Services
SBDC clients who are UNM-Los Alamos faculty, staff, or students automatically have full access privileges. Clients not affiliated with UNM-Los Alamos wishing to utilize the library's physical collection may register as community borrowers. Please see the Community Members page for details.
Resources for SBDC
- search for books* in LIBROS (online catalog)
- browse the shelves by classification number
- HD 62.5 (starting a new business)
- HD 62.7 (small business management)
- HD 2340.8 - 2346 (small business in industry)
- HF 5001 - 6183 (all general business categories)
- HG 4027.7 (small business finance)
*note: eBooks may only be accessed by UNM-Los Alamos students, faculty, and staff.
Newspapers / Magazines
Bloomberg Business Week Magazine (2011-current) - subscription funded by SBDC
Inc. (2011-current) - subscription partially funded by SBDC
Wall Street Journal (current and previous month) - subscription funded by SBDC
Small Business Collection - full text articles in small business journals.
Small Business Reference Center - Provides up to date information on relevant topics from starting a company, operations management and sales to growing or rescuing a business. The database contains nearly 400 full-text periodicals and over 450 full-text reference books. Offered through EbscoHost.
Small Business Resource Center - Search this database to learn how to start, finance or manage your small business. Resources include sample business plans, how-to guides, articles and web sites.
Business and Company ASAP - provides information on companies, markets and industries from market trends, mergers and acquisitions to current management theory and company overviews. Includes business and trade journals, newspapers and company directory profiles with full text and images.
Business Insights: Essentials - provides information on companies, markets and industries. From market trends, mergers and acquisitions to current management theory and company overviews. Access business and trade journals, newspapers and company directory profiles with full text and images.
Films on Demand - Multidisciplinary streaming educational video collection, with large array of topics, including business. Subscription funded by UNM-Los Alamos Student Government
- click on "Collections"
- Select "Business and Economics"
- Select desired topic area
- Example: under the "Management" category, select "Small Business Management"
- Click on a title to view video
*These databases may only be used on the UNM-Los Alamos campus.
Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) - provides economic, demographic, and socioeconomic research and analysis related to New Mexico. Additional services and data available on personal subscription basis.
Business and Human Rights Resource Center - provide hourly updates on business ethics and human rights news and reports.
Business Plan Guide - resources in support of small business development and planning (through Navarro College SBDC).