Posts tagged Lincoln International Business School

Interested in someone proofreading your assignment or dissertation?  Then grab your headphones.

Read & Write Gold (version 10) is under All Programs > Accessories > TextHelp Systems – Read & Write Gold.

You then launch the toolbar and scroll over the text before pressing the green play button. It’s as simple as that!

 

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Earlier today, I presented this lecture to 1st year Lincoln International Business School students about Qualtrics, survey software. This includes instructions and advice on setting up your account.

Qualtrics: Design your study by Daren Mansfield on Scribd

This presentation was delivered to all 1st year Lincoln International Business School students in the Isaac Newton main lecture theatre as part of an academic skills presentation (this time without a radio mic!).

Library Searches Sept 17 by Daren Mansfield on Scribd

The BRAD database , which contains newspaper circulation figures, has a new registration procedure. To gain access to this database please go to the Library website (library.lincoln.ac.uk > Find > Databases > B > Brad = First-time users need to register for access : How do I access BRAD?). 

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http://ask.library.lincoln.ac.uk/eresources/faq/179443

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Several new books have arrived in the Library to support Lincoln International Business School students. My favourite from this list  is Vaughan Evans (2016) Financial Times Essential Guides Writing a Business Plan: How to win backing to start up or grow your business because it will be of such practical use to students. It is a skill every business student ought to acquire.

What’s your favourite new library book this week? Judging from the New Book list this month, mine is An everyone culture becoming a deliberately developmental organization by Kegan, Lahey & Laskow. Not only for the colourful cover, but an important topic – that being how we all learn within an organisation and support each other.

New Library Bookshttp://lists.library.lincoln.ac.uk/lists/B265CE16-325F-E59A-9290-4D9FEEE7D94A.html

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If you want to use the web version of Office 365 and Refworks then unfortunately, Refworks is not compatible with cloud-based programs. This also applies to Write-N-Cite and EndNote. To use Refworks, you will need Word installed on your PC or laptop which you can download for free from Office 365’s installation button:

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If you still wish to use MS Word on Office 365 then you could still create a bibliography from Refworks but you would need to copy and paste the final bibliography into your Office 365 Word document.

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Our database this week in our long-running theme is Mintel.

If you’ve ever wondered what the database Mintel is capable of then this short video is a neat overview. There’s an amazing amount of UK-based information covering a wide range of sectors, categories (from austerity and value to social media) to demographics (which includes millennials). You can download a range of data from spreadsheets, and then convert them into graphs for your assignments, as well as creating impressive reports.

For instance, there’s an impressive report on mobile phone, only just published, that has not only a report but a databook where the hyperlinks on the spreadsheet, once clicked, provides options like what operating system consumers are using as well as their age range.

Why not spend a few minutes selecting various options and seeing what it can do. If you need any help then please contact me and I’m more than happy to meet you, or advise you via email.

To access this database just go the library page > Find > Databases > M > Mintel.

New books this month includes Laasch’s Responsible Business (2016) and books on employability amidst those about sustainability.  Why not check out our new Lincoln International Business School library books list on Talis.

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Although it is officially Spring, I’ve chosen a couple of books about decay for books of the month – I particularly love the cover featured below. Our new Library books this month for the Lincoln International Business School includes the beautifully titled ‘Curated decay: heritage beyond saving‘ by DeSilvey (2017) and ‘Dirty Secrets: How tax havens destroy the economy‘ by Murphy (2017).  Please find the time to read these books before the end of April (we’re still 24/7), because we’ve got loads more interesting books on order that we should all investigate in May.

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Do you need  Lincoln International Business School revision books for the forthcoming exam period?

We are developing a small collection of core text books – please ask at the Library desk for details. These are borrowed for a 2-hour period.

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