Tag: Bayes Business School

The Economist to visit Cass Buiness School and Northampton Square Library

We look forward to welcoming The Economist back to Cass and City this year. These visits will be an excellent opportunity for students and staff to ask questions about The Economist Online and discover some exciting new features. The Economist will be visiting Cass Learning Resource Centre: Wednesday 21st September 15:00 – 17:00 Thursday 29th September 11:00 –…Continue Reading The Economist to visit Cass Buiness School and Northampton Square Library

FT.com to visit Cass Business School and Northampton Square Library

The FT.com is returning to City. This is a great opportunity to learn how to access this popular publication as well as the different types of content they offer. Find the FT.com at Cass Business School Learning Resource Centre on Friday 16th September 11:00 – 14:00 Tuesday 20th September 15:00 – 17:00 Find the FT.com at Northampton Square…Continue Reading FT.com to visit Cass Business School and Northampton Square Library

Invasion of the pod people

Did you guess what was in the huge pile of boxes on Level 3? It wasn’t, as suggested by many, an indoor tennis court for giants, although 10 out of 10 for imagination. Instead, the library elves have been busy putting together our stylish new top-of-the-range study pods. Combining comfort and practicality, the new seating…Continue Reading Invasion of the pod people

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

Hold Up!

You can place a book on hold when there are no copies available at all or if the only available copies are at other sites. Once a hold is placed, a copy of the desired item will be put aside for you upon its return; or a copy will be transferred from another site for…Continue Reading Hold Up!

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