|Subject resources||Getting started||Finding literature||Using literature|
- Find and evaluate websites
- Subject gateways (collections of web resources that have been evaluated by subject experts)
- Internet for Business and Management (Virtual Training Suite tutorial)
- Library guide - an interactive introduction to the Library
- Borrowing and returning books
- Help with accessing e-resources
- Searching the Library Catalogue (tutorial)
- Searching for journal articles (tutorial)
- Web searching (tutorial)
- Finding information for your assignment: Search tips and techniques (tutorial)
- Citation searching
Find out who has referenced articles you are interested in
- Improving your search results (PDF)
- EndNote: guides, online tutorials, workshops
EndNote helps you manage your references and create a bibliography or reference list.
- Referencing tools
Information about different reference management tools.
- Social bookmarking
- Managing documents in Word (PDF)
- Managing information for your PhD
Interactive action maze to consider some of the issues relating to managing large amounts of information
How do you find the relevant information you need quickly?
Develop an awareness of the information sources available and techniques to use to be efficient and effective.
Pensions at work, that work : completing the unfinished pensions revolution / by Gregg McClymont and Andy Tarrant.
Principles of marketing / Philip Kotler, Gary Armstrong.
Accounting and finance for non-specialists / Peter Atrill and Eddie McLaney.
Encyclopedia of crisis management / editors, K. Bradley Penuel, Matt Statler, Ryan Hagen.
Innovation and entrepreneurship / John Bessant and Joe Tidd.
Beano at no.3. See which 100 websites the British Library's curators think should be legal digital deposits http://t.co/0xV119hy0u
The last bookshop - a delightful little video film http://t.co/jjd13rdAjs There is a synergy between bookshops and libraries.