Our library collections provide a range of print and electronic resources to support your studies and research. Watch the following videos to learn how you can locate this material.
What is a reading list and how much should I read? workshop presented by Will Robley and Andrew Sinclair on 12 January 2022. Presented as part of WinterFest 2022.
(Duration: 48 minutes, 21 seconds.)
Your library at your fingertips workshop presented by Vik Chauhan on 10 January 2022. Presented as part of WinterFest 2022.
(Duration: 54 minutes, 11 seconds.)
(Duration: 3 minutes, 48 seconds.)
Locating information workshop delivered by Andrew Sinclair on 3 February 2022. Presented as part of the Developing your academic writing series.
(Duration: 46 minutes, 20 seconds.)
We subscribe to a wide range of academic databases giving you access to a variety of scholarly materials. You can access these from Portal > My learning > Online databases and academic journals. The databases can be cross-disciplinary or subject-specific. Watch the following videos to discover some of these databases and how you can use them.
(Duration: 3 minutes, 50 seconds.)
Eikon contains current and historical financial, company and economic data and news from Refinitiv/Thomson Reuters, including data on financial instruments, debt and stock markets and foreign exchanges.
(Duration: 8 minutes, 20 seconds.)
(Duration: 7 minutes, 57 seconds.)
(Duration: 3 minutes, 19 seconds)
FT.com provides access to full-text Financial Times news plus company and markets data
(Duration: 1 minute, 55 seconds)
(Duration: 3 minutes, 01 seconds.)
(Duration: 6 minutes, 49 seconds.)
Orbis provides company accounting data on over 198 million international companies, both public and private.
(Duration: 6 minutes, 09 seconds.)
(Duration: 9 minutes, 08 seconds.)
(Duration: 1 minute, 41 seconds)
(Duration: 3 minute, 0 seconds.)