Gone is the old, slightly clunky interface for FAME, now there’s an option to select the all new interface shows us that it compares to the slightly flashier interfaces of Euromonitor and Mintel (we’ve requested to permanently replace the old version on FAME).
We’re delighted that this upgrade has taken place. There’s now a help guide available, as well as being able to compare the profit and loss account of, for instance, supermarkets in the East Midlands under Pivot Analysis. Another feature is being able to see the calculations of a gearing ratio which is absolute gold dust to accountancy and finance students; comparable in usefulness to the SWOT and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis on Marketline. Unlike the old version, there’s a warning if you use the back button so you won’t lose your work. It’s certainly worth exploring in greater depth.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
An updated guide to help you locate useful tourism information including local statistics and web specific information.
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