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SOBA 200: Professional Communications

This guide will help students make the best use of library resources for SOBA 200 classes.


This guide offers resources and tools to help you succeed in your research assignments for SOBA 200: Professional Communications class. 

According to a recent study* of high-profile companies, employers expect recent college graduates to:

  • Know how and where to find information online, without much guidance
  • Use a search strategy that goes beyond Google and finding an answer on the first page of results
  • Articulate a “best solution” and conclusion from all that was found


These particular databases (and OneSearch) will provide research tools for your major assignments in SOBA 200.

New York Times

Stetson students, faculty, and staff can access The New York Times Digital Edition through an Academic Site License provided by duPont-Ball Library.

SOBA 200: Professional Communications Learning Outcomes

SOBA 200. Professional Communications 

Description: This course develops students’ written and oral communication skills for the professional environment.


After completing this course, students should be able to:

  • use supporting technology to improve writing mechanics
  • develop various forms of written assignments applicable to the business disciplines
  • evaluate research sources, and write a topical research paper.


  • Students will be required to make presentations, develop supporting materials for presentation effectiveness, communicate in small groups, and participate in feedback sessions.


This survey is intended for you to fill out after a librarian visits your class.

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