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Business School Library

Welcome

Head shot of Subject Librarian for the Business School, Keith Walker

Hello, I am Keith Walker - the Subject Librarian for The Business School at the University. 

This guide provides information and links to resources that will support you with finding the books, journals, and other information sources you need to complete your studies or research, along with guidance about academic referencing. Please use the side panel on the left to access information for your specific subject area. 

If you are new to the Library, we recommend you check out the Getting Started section below, which provides information about the basics of using the Library's resources and services, accessibility and inclusion, developing your academic skills, and FAQs. 

If you are interested in booking yourself on to one of the Library's training sessions run throughout the year, see the Training & Events section below for further details. 

If you would like to get in touch with me for support with searching for information or literature in your subject area, using library resources, academic referencing, or reference management, please click on the "Email Us" button below (emails go to our general Library email address, so my colleagues can reply to you or pass your enquiry on to me as quickly as possible).

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Getting Started

If you're a new student, we strongly recommend you read through the Library's Getting Started page to find out about our three campus libraries, opening times, borrowing books, finding your reading lists, printing and photocopying, and more. 

The Introduction to Computing and Library Services module on Moodle aims to give you the information you need to get started with Library and IT services when you first arrive at University. It is available 24/7 throughout the year and you can access it as many times as you like.

See Introducing our Libraries for more information on how to join our quick and friendly introduction sessions to the online and campus libraries.

The Library aims to:

  • Provide equal opportunity and access to services and collections
  • Take a positive and flexible approach to promoting the full integration of everyone into all aspects of our activities
  • Work with Student Wellbeing and Inclusion and other departments as required to identify the best way to meet students’ specific needs.
  • Be open and receptive to feedback and welcome comments on our service.

For information about accessing our physical libraries, inclusion services, alternative formats, specialist software, and more, please see our Accessibility and Inclusion web pages. 

The Academic Skills Team at Edinburgh Napier University offer a range of workshops and one-to-one advice to help you to develop academic skills.  Support is offered in a variety of ways to suit your individual needs.

Training & Events

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Law: Westlaw

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