Category Archives: British Library

Management Gold

The Chartered Management Institute’s Management Book of the Year prize was created to honour the best in the field of management writing.  Held in association with the British Library, and sponsored by Henley Business School, this competition aims to celebrate … Continue reading

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How to do a literature search outside of academia

Updated: July 3, 2015 Following graduation, I have found it useful for my personal research and professional development to have continued access to ‘library and information science’ online databases.  Although I no longer have access through Loughborough University where I studied, and … Continue reading

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A beginner’s guide to Secure Electronic Delivery

Updated: June 10, 2014 The following information has been compiled for South Wales Business School’s Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) candidates.   The library’s Secure Electronic Delivery service means that you can place a request for your own copy of any journal article … Continue reading

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Tracing conference proceedings

Papers given at conferences have a distinct function in the field of research; it may be the first time that research breakthroughs are announced and discussed in a public arena.  Furthermore, they can be presented long before, if ever, they appear in a scholarly (peer-reviewed) journal.  … Continue reading

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