Need a Boost?

Need a Boost?

Dealing with anxiety, depression, stress? Finding adapting to new ways of working hard? You’re not alone. Now more than ever, you may need extra support. We know our Boost collection in the Library is popular and well used, but while that’s closed, we’ve created something else for you: a Digital Boost! Digital Boost is a collection… Read more

Same but Different

Same but Different

I hope you are all settling into the world of online learning. Online learning is a strange place. It is at once familiar: digital articles,  class participation. At the same time, it’s a totally different experience, which you will know all too well if you’re working asynchronously in groups or juggling study with home-schooling children. In this blogpost, I’d like to talk… Read more

We’re open online

We’re open online

We hope that, wherever you find yourselves, you, your families and friends are keeping safe and well during the current COVID-19 restrictions that are in place. While you may not be able to access the physical library space, our team are safely at home and providing full online support to you through all the usual… Read more

Bloomberg Breakfasts – A great way to start your day!

How much do you usually achieve before 9 in the morning? What if you could have breakfast and learn how to navigate Bloomberg, one of our most versatile and in-depth databases, all before your lectures begin? Have you had a look at our Bloomberg terminals but you were unsure where to start? Then start your day with… Read more

Make your work into artwork – free food for fun research!

Spring is here, the birds are singing, the UX librarian is offering you free food in exchange for some strange & fun research. The Information & Library Services team is always looking for new ways to improve our service, and we think answering dozens of surveys is often not the right way to get this… Read more

Referencing advice: all you need to know in one place

Referencing advice: all you need to know in one place

It is important to reference correctly in all work that you submit as part of your studies here at Cambridge. If your assignments, projects and other pieces of work you submit are not referenced properly you will have committed plagiarism. Every year some CJBS students are unaware that they have plagiarised in their academic work,… Read more

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