Monthly Archives: August 2010

Where can I find printed journals?

The Information Centre houses a collection of printed journals that includes Harvard Business Review, the Economist and California Management Review. The latest issues of journals can be found on the ground floor whilst older issues are kept upstairs on the mezzanine. Please see the list  for details of the titles and issues available. Read more

How can I borrow books in the evenings & at weekends?

CJBS students and staff have access to the Information Centre 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. During normal office hours, you can ask the Information & Library Services team to issue books to your account and return books for you. However, we’re not around in the evenings or at weekends and you’ll therefore… Read more

Referencing: Bibliographic software

A number of different bibliographic software packages exist such as EndNote, RefWorks and Zotero. These packages can help you to keep track of the sources you’ve consulted and then easily create a reference list and/or bibliography. They also allow you to import references directly from our premium databases. We recommend the use of EndNote, which… Read more

Key Note

One of our strongest collections of UK market research is provided by Key Note. Their full-text market research reports cover the majority of UK industries. Key Note reports contain information on: market size, competitor analysis, SWOT analysis, company profiles, current issues, global market and forecasts. On-campus access: here Off-campus (select ‘Shibboleth’) access: here Further Key… Read more

Economist Historical Archive

Access to a copy of every issue of the Economist published between 1843 and 2003. Includes colour images, search indexes and exportable financial tables. Access the Economist Historical Archive via the [email protected] site. N.B. Current issues of the Economist are accessible via ABI Inform Complete and Business Source Complete. Read more

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