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Box of Broadcasts (BoB) unavailable 11-13 June

Users of Box of Broadcasts (BoB) should note that this service will be unavailable from 11-13 June as a result of essential maintenance being conducted on the resource. BoB have informed us that “programmes broadcast during the down period will be available retrospectively for most channels”, meaning that you should still be able to request and access the […]
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Take a Break – Don’t Take the Mick

We know that the Forum Library can get very busy during peak times of day, especially as deadlines or exams approach. You’ve told us that it causes problems when other Library users take up more than one space or “save seats” by leaving their belongings and then going away. In response, we worked closely with […]
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New resource! SAGE Business Cases

The university now has access to the SAGE Business Cases database. The resource provides full-text access to over 2,500 business case studies, covering a wide range of topics and industries, as well as leading global brands and companies. Subjects covered include; Marketing Operations management Corporate social responsibility Entrepreneurship Human resource management Much more! Cases are of varying lengths and […]
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Resource upgrade – PI Navigator / Filings Expert

Users of PI Navigator, our global company filings database, will notice some changes when next accessing the database. The database in its original form is being retired and we have now been transferred to the newly upgraded Filings Expert database. Filings Expert retains and builds upon many of the features of PI Navigator, and offers a much improved […]
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No overnight borrowing 26th – 29th April

Our self-service machines have been identified as being at high risk of a malware infection.  As a result they will be out of use 26th – 29th April.  There will be no overnight borrowing during this period. Staff can issue books from the enquiry point on Level 0 of the Forum library 8.00am – 8.00pm […]
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