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'The Reflective Practitioner': a one-of-a-kind elective
This is a guest post from Aurelie Zhu, a 1st year Business Studies student at Cass Business School, that looks back on her participation in the 'Reflective Practitioner' module. What is the module about? [caption id="attachment_11483" align="alignl (More)
Extended loan periods
To help you prepare for your exams, Library Services is giving you extended loan periods over the Christmas and New Year break.   Seven day loans If you borrow or renew a seven day loan on Friday 6th December you won’t have to bring it (More)
Hold that thought: Mind Mapping with MindGenius
Understanding, organising and retaining information can be challenging. While studying and working we often need to compose and organise our written work, understand compl (More)
Autumn Specials
This autumn Library Services will host a series of drop-in sessions and workshops at the Northampton Square and Cass Libraries. These sessions form our < (More)
Silent Study at Northampton Square
Returning students will notice that Level 6 is closed for refurbishment as part of our wider work to develop the library estate. Levels 4 and 5 are still available for silent study.  In addition to the silent spaces inside the Library, we have tra (More)
Find your Library Guide
City Library Guides bring together the essential resources in your subject area and connect you quickly and easily to information about Library Services. More)
Breaking the Social Class Barrier
Holding an Economics degree from City, my interests have always been skewed toward quantitative subjects. I was anxious to start my EMBA core modules on topics such as Organisational Behaviour. Little did I know that I would learn the mathematical fo (More)
A new look for Cass Library Services
There's been some changes at Cass Library!  Over the summer we had some refurbishment work done to improve your study environment. We've taken down a partition wall and expanded the Financial Resources Zone to create a more comfortable space, added s (More)
Introducing Bloomberg Query Language
    Attention Bloomberg users: Bloomberg has delivered a new API that you can use to download and save data from Bloomberg through the Bloomberg Excel Add-in. Introducing: Bloomberg Query Language (BQL). It works by: Consolid (More)
Access the Times Higher Education (THE) online
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