Welcome from your Academic Subject Librarians

This short introductory video of Martin Osborne and Daren Mansfield, Academic Subject Librarians for the Business School, took an incredible 18 takes to complete – which is the reason why we’re celebrating at the end! You may have to raise the volume on your computer…

Herzlich willkommen!

It was very good to meet several German students from the distance learning centre at Hamburg for a library induction yesterday.  They are studying in Lincoln for two weeks only, with another cohort arriving at the end of the month.

As Academic Subject Librarians for the Business School, Martin Osborne (on the left) and myself, Daren Mansfield (the other chap), wish you Viel Glück on your course!

Welcome back Helen!

We are delighted that Helen Williams has returned to work after her maternity leave following the birth of her daughter, Orla, and we thank Cheryl Cliffe for her stirling work while covering her role in the interim.

Helen supports the subjects of Law, IMDP, the work-based programmes and HRM.

She is currently entrenched with emails, and is looking forward to the busy induction period.

Knowing your Business School Librarians

Daren Mansfield and Martin Osborne are the Business School librarians, working as a job share, with Daren working the first half of the week and Martin working the second half of the week.

Please email businesslibrarian@lincoln.ac.uk for any of your enquiries and we shall get back to you promptly.

                        

Daren Mansfield                                 Martin Osborne

We can help you find relevant information in your chosen area of study, such as conducting literature reviews. We also provide advice on academic writing, structure, referencing and revision techniques. We are happy to arrange to meet with you on a one-to-one basis.

Additionally, we also hold drop-in sessions on the ground floor of the Business & Law building every Wednesday morning, support the Learning Development room on the ground floor of the Library, and have started to attend lectures across all subject areas.