Library Staff Love #13: Research methods for business students

As it’s the last Library Staff Love feature for 2016, this time we mean business. Well, by ‘we’ I mean Samantha, our Research Librarian for Cass PG & Business; and by ‘business’ I mean specifically:

Saunders, M.N.K., Lewis, P. and Thornhill, A. (2016) Research methods for business students (7th ed.) Harlow: Pearson.

Research methods for business students

Here’s why Samantha chose this title:

“[It’s an] excellent book for anyone approaching a dissertation, business mastery project or other major research project in a Cass subject, covering everything from formulating your research question in the first place to writing up at the end- including a variety of qualitative and quantitative research methods and how to pick one.”

As well as print copies at both Northampton Square and Cass Libraries, we also have this title available as an e-book: so if you’re new to using e-books, why not have a look at our helpful guide on our website.

Of course, it won’t just be business researchers and students working hard over the festive break: we know students from all disciplines will have assignments to complete and deadlines to meet; so if anyone needs any assistance using Library resources, we’re here until 3pm this Friday to answer your questions and to help if we can.

Season’s greetings!

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Chris

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