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Our collection of Ejournal titles has once again been updated this month!
Starting your research for your dissertation? Take a look at the journal Research Ethics to find out all about ethical challenges and considerations when conducting research.
Studying history? Looking to find historical newspapers then check out British Library Newspapers database. This month this database has had lots of titles added to its collection! An example of a title that has been added is: The British Mercury and Daily Post, which is from 1819-1900 and this newspaper's subjects featured primarily news about chamber of commerce, markets, police intelligence and other legal matters.
Conducting SWOT analyses in your module? Looking at strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats? Want real-life examples? The database Business Source Premier has added lots this month to their collection! Companies that have had SWOT analyses added this month include: Prudential Financial, Sage Group plc and United Biscuits (UK).
uides, to find lots of useful resources that your Academic Librarian has chosen to help with your research!
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If you do need to log in, use your standard Leeds Beckett University Username and Password to access most ebooks, ejournals and databases.
Some ejournals and databases have a specific username and password.
Over 99.9% of our journals are online but there are still some print journals on the ground floor of Headingley Library and the third floor of Sheila Silver Library. You can search the Library Catalogue for print journals.