Research Bites is back in November!

We’re looking forward to returning in November! We hope you can join us for the following sessions on the theme of Information seeking.

Top 5 OneSearch Tips
Tuesday 10th November, 12.00, Bowland North SR 19
Hear about these essential tips for making the most of the Library’s discovery tool.
Tanya Williamson, Academic Liaison Librarian, Library

Getting the best out of Web of Science
Thursday 12th November, 12.00, Bowland North SR 19
New to Web of Science, or perhaps returning to it after a while? Let the expert guide you through!
Jenny Brine, Academic Liaison Librarian, Library

Insider tips for searching PubMed
Thursday 19th November, 12.00 Bowland North SR 19
Learn about the advanced features of this huge and popular biomedical and life sciences database.
Jenny Brine, Academic Liaison Librarian, Library

Finding company information
Friday 20th November, 12.00 Bowland North SR 15
A quick guide to finding company and market information.
Andy Holgate, Academic Liaison Librarian, Library

New database highlight: Scopus
Tuesday 24th November, 12.00, Bowland North SR 11
An introduction to the key features of this vast citations database from Elsevier.
Tanya Williamson, Academic Liaison Librarian, Library

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Finding UK company information

Thanks to Andy Holgate for his very informative talk on how to find UK company information and market reports, focusing mainly on Keynote and FAME. If you missed it, the recording is here.

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There were a few questions and answers:

Questions

Can I still get access to Keynote as an alumni member? No unfortunately not, use of this database is limited to current staff and students only. Look at the Business and Management subject guide for useful free sources of information, such as Yahoo Finance.

Does keynote cover all registered companies in the UK? Yes.

Do I have to be on campus to use the Financial Times? Use the link from the subject guide, or Library website to access our subscription to the FT. For off campus access, you need to contact Andy Holgate for more information. Other databases will require you to log in using your University username and password.