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  • Introduction to the Library
    Emma Cragg
    Academic Support Librarian
    e.k.cragg@warwick.ac.uk
  • Overview
    Library facilities and services
    Finding information for assignments
    Key electronic resources
    Referencing
  • Spaces in the library
    Group study
  • Quiet study
  • Computer clusters
  • Top 10 things to know about the library
    Helpdesk
  • Learning Grid
  • http://webcat.warwick.ac.uk
  • Finding books
    Elliott, B. and Elliott, J. (2009) Financial accounting and reporting. 13th ed. Harlow: Financial Times Prentice Hall.
  • E-book
  • Print book
  • Self issue & return
  • Borrowing
    Loan entitlement:
    20 Standard and 3 Day Loans
    plus 2 Short Loan and 2 DVDs
    Loan periods:
    Standard Loan: 8 weeks 3 Day Loan: 3 daysShort Loan: 11:00 the following morning
    (11:00 Monday if borrowed on Friday or Saturday)
    Recalls:
    Notification sent to Warwick email address
    7 days to return book
  • Fines
    Standard Loan: 20p per day
    3 Day Loan: 30p per day
    Short Loan: £1 per hour
    Recalled items: £1 per day
    The maximum fine per item is £35 for each loan/renewal transaction.
    If your fines are in excess of £10 you will not be able to renew, reserve or borrow items
  • My Library Account
  • our resources and services are available wherever and whenever you are
    mobile library
    access your account, search the catalogue, reserve and renew your books all from your mobile phone
  • Finding journal articles
    Bugeja, M., and da Silva Rosa, R. (2010) ‘Capital gains taxation and shareholder wealth in takeovers’ Accounting & Finance, 50 (2), p.241-262
  • bsxxxx
  • http://webcat.warwick.ac.uk
  • Company and financial databases
  • E-journals collections
  • Market research databases
  • Plagiarism
    Plagiarism = copying someone else’s words or ideas and passing them off as your own.
    Where you use another person’s work to support your argument you must include a reference to the original.
    © Allen Saunders
    http://www.loopland.net/2008/06/postgraduate-plagiarism.html
  • Referencing
    In-text citations
    Reference list
    Jarzabkowski, P., J. Balogun, and D. Seidl, 2007. Strategizing: The challenge of a practice perspective. Human Relations, 60 (1), pp.5–27.
    Schatzki, T. R., 2005. The sites of organizations. Organization Studies, 26(5), pp.465–484.
  • Books
  • Journal articles
  • Websites
  • http://go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-bizecon
  • http://warwickbuslib.wordpress.com
  • Get Started sessions cover all the library basics and provide a practical orientation to the Library. Sessions last under an hour and are very informal.
    We will even give you free stuff!
    Sign up online in advance to make sure you don’t miss out. . .
    go.warwick.ac.uk/lib-getstarted
  • Image credit: Jeff McNeill http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeffmcneill/3243431754/
    Any questions?
    Emma Cragg
    e.k.cragg@warwick.ac.uk
    warwickbuslib.wordpress.com