Google is great for many things, and while librarians seem to spend their lives preaching about its limitations for academic research, there are a number of interesting specialist tools Google have developed on the quiet that offer access to some …

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Calling all Finance students! While we try to get Eikon/Bloomberg working remotely, your Faculty Librarian, Hannah Porter, has set up a reading list of other resources to help you get started.  If you have any questions or difficulties, please contact …

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We have a trial running for a new electronic resource, UNWTO (United Nations World Tourism Organization).  This is a collection of books, journals and statistics for the tourism sector, covering areas such as ecotourism, sustainable development, finance and investment, risk and crisis …

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A library reminder to staff and students about using your business databases: IBISWorld and Key Note. If you are looking for market research and statistical analysis of industry sectors then don’t forget about these subscription databases. Similar in content but …

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From 21st April, Student Finance will be at a stall in the Library Atrium from 12-2 pm on Tuesdays from 21st April until 14th July.  Come and chat with them for general advice and guidance on money management.  You can also get Hardship Fund application forms from …

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