Main Library Opening Hours
Tuesday May 21 - Friday May 25, 2013
9 am - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday Closed
Monday May 27 - Friday July 26, 2013
Monday - Friday
9 am - 9 pm
9 am - 4 pm
The Faculty of Social Sciences has subscribed to Henry Stewart Talks. In addition to online seminars, in marketing, management, finance, strategy, and law, the datbase also includes The Marketing and Management Collection which provides online access to over 700 audio-visual lectures, delivered by principals, managers and advisors from the business world as well as leading academics. Some of the subject areas covered include Change Management, Strategy as Practice, Organizational Behaviour, Business Ethics, Information Technology, Bargaining and Negotiations, Business Continuity and Risk Management, Data Mining, Branding and Product Specialisation in Hotels, Bayesian Analysis, Sport Marketing, Pharmaceutical Marketing, and Supply Chain Management. Both faculty and students have full access to this resource. Access is available through December 2013.
Interruption of Access to 3 Active Full-text Peer Reviewed Journals
Due to circumstances beyond its control the Main Library regrets to inform you that EBSCO, one of our major database vendors, has lost Active Full text access to peer reviewed journals from these three publishers: Taylor & Francis, Bentham Science and Karger. This loss of access is entirely beyond the Main Library’s control as aggregators such as EBSCO are the entities that provide access portals to electronic products. As a consequence of this loss, the Main Library is in the process of making the necessary adjustments to amend its list of current holdings available through EBSCO and the following databases: Academic Search Elite, Academic Search Premium and Academic Search Complete.
Please be assured that we intend to rectify the problem in the shortest possible time. Kindly accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
The Richard B. Moore Collection is a unique library of books and other printed items collected over a period of sixty years by bibliophile Richard B. Moore, a Black Barbadian writer, educator and activist. The Collection documents important aspects of the Black experience during the early twentieth century and before.
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