Tag: Bayes Business School

New Resource – The Economist Historical Archive 1843-2012

Library Services now provides full access to The Economist Historical Archive (1843-2012). To find out more, simply move your mouse over the image below.  If you need any help in using this resource you can contact your friendly Subject Librarian….Continue Reading New Resource – The Economist Historical Archive 1843-2012

Library Staff Love #7: Bloomberg

No, not former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. I mean, it’s not that we don’t like him, he’s probably lovely: we’re just not acquainted. No, we’re talking about Bloomberg: the business and financial resource. Which is exciting, as to use it you need to access special machines with all kinds of buttons and two screens…Continue Reading Library Staff Love #7: Bloomberg

New Study Room at Cass

Library Services are pleased to announce that our long standing relationship with Bureau van Dijk has been celebrated with the sponsorship of one of the Cass Learning Resource Centre rooms. The Bureau van Dijk Study Room (Room 1012) allows students a dedicated space to use PCs with direct access to Bureau van Dijk’s databases; Orbis,…Continue Reading New Study Room at Cass

New books selected by you

Our More Books scheme is your chance to tell us what’s missing from the Library collections. It might be a classic text or a brand new release that will help with your dissertation. All you have to do is complete our online form and if the book costs less than £80 we’ll buy it straight away. What’s…Continue Reading New books selected by you

Thank you

Did you notice the Library Loves Feedback campaign in February? You may have seen the library staff popping up around the university, soliciting your feedback in exchange for chocolates, pens or post-it notes. Or you might have written a suggestion on one of our feedback walls. Or you may even have gone online to add…Continue Reading Thank you

Resource of the month – World Bank eLibrary

What is the World Bank eLibrary? The World Bank eLibrary offers quick and easy access to nearly 9,000 World Bank books, reports, journals and working papers published since early 1990’s. The Word Bank eLibrary is a very useful resource to find information on global issues such as development policy, climate change and poverty; it covers…Continue Reading Resource of the month – World Bank eLibrary

Stapling in CityLibrary

Our recent Feedback Wall showed that you are keen to see stapling in CityLibrary.   Well, did you know that you can use the larger combined printers and photocopiers in the library for stapling, too?   The option can be selected from the Printer Properties menu.  From here you can get the printer do many…Continue Reading Stapling in CityLibrary

Try our new look Library Services Training Calendar

We’ve revamped the Library Services Training Calendar to give it a fresh modern look and brand new functionality. What’s changed?  We now have one calendar for all training across Library Services – no separate calendars for The Law Libraries and Cass Business School. Just filter by library to see the workshops nearest to you. The calendar…Continue Reading Try our new look Library Services Training Calendar

Do You Want  More?

More Books that is…. City University Library has been running the More Books scheme now for 3 years, and we have bought thousands of books through it. What is it? Students recommend books that they think should be on our shelves. The book can either be a new title for us to buy, or another…Continue Reading Do You Want  More?