Category Archives: databases

New Consumer Market information on Statista

From January 2017 we have access to a new addition to our Statista database. The producers of Statista have added a Consumer Market Outlook (CMO) section focusing on Europe. This new source complements our existing provision of consumer market data … Continue reading

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Look beyond your reading list – Thursday 27 October

The Library provides additional training events as part of the Student Union’s Skills Training Programme. Our postponed ‘Look beyond your reading list’ session on has been rescheduled to run on Thursday 27 October. There is no need to sign up to attend … Continue reading

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Library Training Events for Undergraduates & Taught Postgraduates

The Library provides additional training events as part of the Student Union’s Skills Training Programme. You must first register on the SU website, before you can sign up for a training event. The Library sessions cover a range of topics, from using the Library … Continue reading

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Research postgrads: sign up for PGSkills training sessions

The Library offers a range of courses as part of the PGSkills programme. You can browse our range of information skills courses, or explore all courses and make bookings directly on the PGSkills webpages; browse all courses by date, theme … Continue reading

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IBISWorld: a new resource for industry research

We are pleased to announce that the Library is has subscribed to a new database  – IBISWorld. This research database provides access to over 400 current reports on UK industries, 291 of which contain Brexit impact statements with more being … Continue reading

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The UN iLibrary – trial access

    We are pleased to announce that the Library is running a trial of the United Nations iLibrary, the first comprehensive global search, discovery, and viewing source for digital content created by the United Nations. This extensive and growing … Continue reading

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A new database for business and management research

ABI/INFORM contains a broad array of business information, from scholarly journals and dissertations, to company, industry and market focused trade news.  It features the latest news from top sources like the Wall Street Journal and The Economist and provides valuable historical perspective, … Continue reading

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