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Welcome to the Bellevue University guide for NPMT 466 - Strategic Planning and Evaluation for the Sustainable Nonprofit Organization. This guide provides a good starting point for general research on this topic. Resources include electronic books, journal articles, subscription databases, and websites. Each e-book title links directly to the full text of the book. Recommended journal articles link directly to the full text of that article. Database recommendations link directly to the specific database. Recommended websites cover various aspects of the topic.

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Required Readings

eBooks
These electronic books can be accessed directly from this LibGuide by clicking on the title. 

Journal Articles
Scholarly articles from the Bellevue University Library databases. Click on the title to link to the full text.

Streaming Videos
Videos from library databases, as well as those freely available on the web, are included. Most are embedded and may be played directly from this LibGuide. 

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