Access 110,000 Research Documents with Gartner IT Library

Aug 30, 2018

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Gartner Looking for better research material for your paper or syllabus? Well, lucky for you, all Northeastern University faculty, staff, and students have access to the incredible resources of the Gartner IT Library. Gartner is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. Further, the company’s online database is an indispensable resource for thousands of technology professionals, professors, and students.

What You Get With Gartner

The Gartner IT Library provides the Northeastern community access to more than 110,000 documents on more than 1,200 topics, including:
  • Technology products, services, and trends
  • Global IT industry perspectives
  • IT management and organizations
  • IT strategies and governance
  • Business-IT issues
  • Real-world case studies

Access Gartner IT at Northeastern

For Students:
  1. Log in to the myNortheastern portal
  2. Locate the “Self-Service” Tab
  3. Find the “Study and Course Resources” channel
  4. Select “Gartner IT Library
For Faculty/Staff:
  1. Log in to the myNortheastern portal
  2. Locate the “Faculty & Staff Service” tab
  3. Select “Gartner IT Library
 

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