LibrarySearch Goes Live

LibrarySearch has replaced the old Library Catalogue in Portal, to provide one-stop searching for books, e-books, dvds/videos, articles, digital media, and more. Sign-in (linked to your network account – no need for barcode, PIN etc.) to request click and collect (without need to type in all the book details – LibrarySearch does that bit for […]

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HS Talks – New from Leading Experts

Presentations and case studies giving ideas and inspiration to inform your dissertation, seminars and other course work. The latest releases include: visible teamwork; conversations about race at work; intuitive intelligence; supply chain innovations and corporate judo strategy. New case studies feature iPhone: strategy-as-practice and Haier: globalization of market presence. Access HS Talks via A-Z Online Resources from the University Portal. If […]

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HS Talks – New Content from World Experts

Presentations and case studies giving ideas and inspiration to inform your dissertation, seminars and other course work. The latest releases include the virtual organization, negotiating, organizational politics, the poverty narrative, sociograms and collaboration, coworking, sustainability and a case study of Aldi. Access HS Talks via A-Z Online Resources from the University Portal. If login requested, […]

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Stirling to join Company of Biologists Publishing Agreement: free Open Access Publishing

From 1st January Stirling will be joining the one-year Company of Biologists ”Read and Publish” Agreement. This means in return for a one-off payment by the Library, Stirling authors will have free uncapped open access publishing in Company of Biologists three hybrid journals: Development Journal of Cell Science Journal of Experimental Biology Open access publication is […]

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How to handle research data

Researchers often collect highly confidential information for their research. It is essential this data is stored securely and is collected following data protection legislation. Failure to collect data ethically can damage the reputation of the researcher and the University. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) You may be a little fed up of hearing about […]

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