Trial access to HS Talks:Business & Management collection.

We currently have trial access to a new resource until 30th June – HS Talks: the Business & Management Collection.

The Business & Management Collection contains 900 online video lectures and case studies by  leading world experts.

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To access on campus go to www.hstalks.com/business  – no username necessary.

To access off campus – please email buslib@swansea.ac.uk  from your university email to request access.

Academic staff – you can embed any of these videos in your Blackboard  modules until end of trial in June.

  1. Find a suitable video in HS Talks
  2. Click on video title.
  3. Click on “Embed in course”
  4. Copy link to clipboard, then paste into a BB module , website, blog or email.

HS Talks trial

Send any queries or comments about this trial to buslib@swansea.ac.uk

 

Videos for learning and teaching

Trial access to Alexander Street Press – video content

Use the link above to access video content for business and economics.

The library has trial access until 30th June 2014 to Alexander Street Press, where video content in many formats has been brought together for reference, learning and teaching.  You can search for content by topic, theme, organisation, country, content type etc.

Have a look and let us know if you found it useful by emailing us using the link on the right.

 

Alexander Street Press

Journal of Management Education

Swansea University staff and  students have access to a new online peer-reviewed journal for 2013.

The Journal of Management Education is published bi-monthly by Sage and is available on and off-campus via the library catalogue here.

You can also listen to JME podcasts on the Sage website.

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The Informed Researcher, and other great Researcher booklets from Vitae

Vitae is the UK organisation championing the personal, professional and career development of researchers  in higher education. You can download 5 great little booklets from their website. The Informed Researcher is particularly useful.

http://www.vitae.ac.uk/researchers/169081/Researcher-booklets.html

Are you a new member of staff in Business & Economics?

This new guide published by JISC, the Higher Education Academy and by the University of Liverpool will be useful to new academic staff:

An insider’s guide to becoming a  Business Academic : Questions, answers and checklists for new Business Academics

http://research-archive.liv.ac.uk/3533/

 

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FAME (Financial Analysis Made Easy) training session for staff

Tues. 15th March 2 – 3 
PC Room 3 in the Library

FAME is a database from Bureau van Dijk which allows the user access to financial and company information for companies in the UK and Ireland, large and small. Seven million companies are listed over the last 10 years, even companies which have ceased to exist. The user can simply retrieve a company report for a single company or search for companies within specific parameters, for example, list companies according to industry sector with over £X turnover in a particular geographical area. Results can be exported to Excel.

Contact i.glen@swansea.ac.uk to book your place