Creating graphs yourself can be a lengthy process, especially if you’re struggling to meet a deadline. At the University of Lincoln we have the Snipping Tool software that enables you to capture images, which you can then either paste it into your document or save it and upload the image onto a web-based platform, such as a blog.
First decide on what image you want to capture, and have the graph ready to capture on your screen (this one is about the worth of global marine ports & services 2007-11 from the Marketline database). Always remember to properly reference though!
- Start > all programs > accessories > launch Snipping Tool
- File > New (the box disappears and a cross appears)
- Hold the left-hand side of the mouse down and drag a square or rectangle over you image
- Release the mouse and the image you have captured appears
- copy image and paste into your document
- OR to save the image > File > Save As
Marketine (2012, 8).
Marketine. (2012). Global – Marine Ports & Services. Figure 1: Global marine ports & services market value: $ million, 2007–11. [industry profile] Available from: http://advantage.marketline.com/Product?ptype=Industries&pid=MLIP0408-0001 [accessed 27th March 2017].
Love them or loathe them but reflective accounts are here to stay in Higher Education, be it recorded on a reflective journal entry, a text on your mobile, an essay a Twitter, blog or Facebook entry, a formal report or professional account . Some naturally feel uncomfortable with this kind of writing. Fortunately for the purposes of this blog post, I enjoy tracking my learning through writing, which I have accomplished a few times at postgraduate study, as well as supporting students drafting their learning logs. The trick, I would say, is to blend theory and case studies (real life examples) with reflective writing. This approach accommodates the requirements of UK Higher Education. I hope you find these slides useful, which will form a lecture to marketing students next Monday.
Please view the Library’s new tutorial on how to avoid plagiarism, which includes advice on good note taking and accurate referencing:
For all those struggling with maths and stats Laura Pearson, the MASH Tutor and Centre Manager, has designed a new online guide to help you: http://guides.library.lincoln.ac.uk/mash.
Calling all Events Management Students, a new guide is now available here to help you locate relevant infomation for your course.
Finding Information for Events Management
If you need any further help then please email Daren or myself at email@example.com
Finding UK and International Newspapers Worksheet
Based on a postgraduate workshop that took place last week, this worksheet about finding UK and international newspapers focuses mainly on the databases Lexis Library and Factiva, but also includes a few others for historical research.
RefWorks Help Guide 2013
This new guide about Refworks covers everything from creating folders and bibliographies to using the companion software, Write & Cite.
Fame Reference Guide by Daren Mansfield
This short guide about FAME (Financial Accounts Made Easy) is designed to provide the user with a brief but informative overview of the database.
Find it at Lincoln guide
This helpguide is to show you how to use the new search engine, Find it at Lincoln, more effectively. I have also uploaded a link to the Business School libguide under the Help Guides tab.
Helen Williams, our colleague in the Business School has put together a Library guide to help distance learning students. The link to the guide is here: Distance Learner subject guide.
We now have a tab on the Business School subject guide that redirects users to the Distance Learner guide.
As usual if you have any problems using or accessing our resources, contact Daren or Martin via the Business Librarian email.
This guide is to help you find articles using Find it at Lincoln and the electronic journals a-z on the library homepage (http://www.library.lincoln.ac.uk).
Finding Journal Articles
This newly-produced help guide is to help anyone using ebooks at the University.
Accessing and Using eBooks
An updated guide to help you locate useful tourism information including local statistics and web specific information.
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