Author Archives: Andy Priestner

Welcome to Cambridge Judge (and all the business information and data you need)

Welcome to Cambridge Judge (and all the business information and data you need)

A very warm welcome to the new MBA and MFin cohorts. We hope you have a fantastic year here in Cambridge and we look forward to meeting you in your induction sessions this week. We are committed to meeting your information needs and can help you obtain the books and data you need during your… Read more

Our Top 5 Business Databases

Our Top 5 Business Databases

We have one of the very best collections of business databases in Europe and every member of the team can point you to the best resource to use and show you how to use them. According to our 2013/2014 usage stats, the most popular databases were: EBSCO Business Source Complete: our largest business and management… Read more

Plagiarism – your questions answered!

Plagiarism – your questions answered!

We’re regularly asked questions about the rules and regulations pertaining to plagiarism and referencing. Here, for your benefit and delectation is our collected intelligence in response to the most frequently asked questions. These are all real questions and some of them we are asked on a weekly basis! Read more

Bloomberg… real time information on just about everything

Bloomberg… real time information on just about everything

When we first purchased Bloomberg I well remember the reaction of my team to its weird DOS-like interface, scrolling data and primary colours: bemusement and fear chiefly. If you’ve never used it before this is likely to be your reaction too. Bloomberg is unlike any other database you’re likely to come across. However, and it’s… Read more

HEY!!! Over here! I have no skills and I’m lazy too!…or why you need to update your LinkedIn profile TODAY

HEY!!! Over here! I have no skills and I’m lazy too!…or why you need to update your LinkedIn profile TODAY

If I’m honest I struggle to understand why people have LinkedIn profiles that they don’t update regularly. Maybe this is because I’m a flagrant trumpet-blower, always flagging up my skills and achievements – partly my personality, partly the fact that librarians are woefully underestimated so I feel I have no choice but sing out. To… Read more

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