Answered By: Alice Cann
Last Updated: 07 May, 2024     Views: 86

There are lots of different resources available for business students and researchers - some things that will be of relevance to all students, and others that are more specialist.  You can learn about these by watching the two welcome videos, recorded by Academic Liaison Librarian for business Alice Cann (and previous Assistant Liaison Librarian Rhianna Wright) in September 2022. While resources and methods are being updated all the time, meaning that certain information may have changed, all the information in the recorded training below remains useful.

Library Basics and Getting Help

Includes content on:

  • Finding and borrowing books
  • Basic searching for online books and journal articles
  • Reading Lists
  • Subject Guides
  • Getting Help, including FAQs, workshops and appointments and online training
  • Referencing
  • Borrowing print books, accessing e-books and electronic journals and databases
  • Appointments, emails and training in the LibSmart service and elsewhere

Business Specific Resources

Includes content on:

  • E-book collections
  • Journal databases
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Market Research databases
  • Data and statistics resources
  • Case study and audiovisual resources

The Business and Management Library Guide is a good starting point for access to resources and support. The Recorded training section of this has training on many relevant topics.