New database trail for HS talks – The Business and Management Collection.
Follow the link here to the Database.
The University of Bath Library has organised access to The Business & Management Collection (HS Talks) until the end of April, 2018.
What does this database offer you?
• Over 1,000 online lectures, case studies and case study interviews conducted by experts in the field.
• Subject matter covered: marketing & sales, strategy, technology & operations, finance, accounting & economics, global business management and management, leadership & organisations.
This database is aimed at students and lecturers and could be used for:
1. Assigned individual viewing in preparation for class discussions or group-work activities
2. To create or support student projects
3. As self-directed study to extend student learning
The database content is presented in four, easily accessible, different formats:
1. Traditional format lectures with high quality graphics
2. Case Study Interviews
3. Extended form case studies
4. Bite-size case studies
Please contact us with any feedback you have on the database. Your comments will provide valuable information for the Library to use in evaluating the resource.
Contact Management subject Librarian: Helen Rhodes H.J.Rhodes@bath.ac.uk
The windows at the front of the Library on level 5 are being replaced. There will be noise and the temperature of the floor will be affected. Estates are making these essential improvements across the Easter vacation period (24 March – 8 April) and will aim to complete them as soon as possible.
The repairs follow problems with opening and closing several of the windows. This was adversely affecting our ability to regulate temperature in the building, which is particularly important during this very cold start to the year.
If you would like to study on Level 5 you can move to the middle and back of the floor. If you specifically need to use Library computers, please go to the front of level 2, 3 or 4 of the Library or use the PCs in the training room on Level 1.
We Apologise for any inconvenience during these works.
Develop Yourself and Your Students!
This interactive workshop is aimed at staff who teach and support students, and will provide expert guidance and support for the following topics:
- Searching, Information Gathering
- Library Scanning Service
- Library Reading Lists
- Finding Online Images and Copyright
- Understanding Plagiarism
- Reference Management
- Social Media and Online Communities
You can drop in at any time, and the sessions will be interactive and staff will be on hand to take your questions and show examples of good practice!
28 March 2018
12:15 pm – 2:00 pm
Main Campus (CB 5.13 Comp Lab)
Book your place now!
To celebrate conjointly International Women’s Day and British Science Week, library staff have put together a display on the topic of Women in Science. You will find it on Level 2 of the Library, from the 14th to the 21st of March. The display features women who have pioneered the fields of science and engineering and you can read more about their fascinating lives and work in the books specially selected for the occasion.
To complement the physical display, we have selected some interesting e-books and articles on the topic of women in science, available from the library collection (simply click on the link):
Engineering Women: Re-visioning Women’s Scientific Achievements and Impacts by Jill S. Tietjen
Advancing Women in Science, an International Perspective ed. by Willie Pearson Jr., Lisa M. Frehill, Connie L. McNeely
Recoding Gender: Women’s Changing Participation in Computing by Janet Abbate
The Unforgotten Sisters: Female Astronomers and Scientists before Caroline Herschel by Gabriella Bernardi
Celebrating women in science, an article from Science magazine
Gender Matters, by Jennifer Blue, Adrienne Traxler, and Ximena Cid (article published in this month’s issue of Physics Today)
Finally, British Science Week is also the occasion to attend a wide range of events taking place in and around the campus:
Bath Taps into Science is a festival which aims at inspiring children and families with scientific talks and activities. Discover more about the festival and its events here.
Check out the latest scientific talks and conferences happening on campus and around Bath here
We hope you enjoy this week!
For International women’s day, the University of Bath Library put together a display that explored the different women who had inspired the Library Staff.
During the week, while the display was up, the Library asked its users who had inspired them and we received a great response of names from our users.
These names have been now formed into a new collage display on Library level 2, sharing with everyone the women who have inspired the University of Bath.
Come check out the new inspirations.
Photo by Meg Luscott
The two management resources of the month are:
To get full access to either OSIRIS or FAME you must enter via the University Library website’s, Management Subject page. Once there, select the link ‘Company, Financial & Legal Information’ and embedded in this area is the link for Osiris and Fame.
What does Fame allow me to Access?
Fame covers private and public companies, in the UK and Ireland
• Financial information
• Directors and Managers Information
• Financial strength metrics
• Shareholders, subsidiaries and branches
What does Osiris allow me to Access?
Osiris covers public companies globally
• Detailed stock data
• Free Infographics
• Corporate structure
• Peer analysis
• Corporate actions and dividends
A display is running on Library level 5 for a month, promoting the benefits of using Fame and Osiris to support student studies and staff research
Visit our display and take away a freebie to remind you of the vast wealth the resource can offer.
A new wall display arrived on Level 2 of the Library over the Christmas holiday. We wanted a permanent way to mark the University’s 50th birthday in 2016/2017. Inspired by the iconic cover of The Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band recorded in 1966/1967, our version of the original design by Peter Blake and Jann Haworth features lots of images from the archives; some held in deposited collections, some taken by the University Photographer and some donated by alumni. Together they document just about every aspect of the University’s rich and colourful history. We hope you enjoy it.