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Library Services, Subject Advisor
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This resource supports the 'Supervising students' module of the University of Birmingham’s PG Cert, created as part of the JISC/HEA-funded DELILA project; it also stands alone for any user wanting to learn about the range of electronic resources of business information that are relvant to Medici research fellows. This guide covers how to use a number of electronic resources including Business Source Premier, ABI/INFORM Global, FAME & AMADEUS, Thomson One Banker, Mintel, Market Line and GMID.

Learning Level :UKEL 11, Postgraduate
Date :2011 (Publication)
Requirements/
Instructions :
This is a University of Birmingham-focussed resource and directs users to UoB resources and services; however it can be adapted for use by replacing UoB-specific information with that from another institution.
School/College/
Faculty :
Corporate Services
Department :Library Services
Subjects : ZA Information resources
Projects :Developing Educators Learning and Information Literacies for Education (DELILA)
Funders :JISC, Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Copyright
Status :
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike 3.0 Licence
Series/
Collection :
DELILA
Keywords :UKOER, DELILA, JISC, HEA, PG Cert, PGCert, business information, business databases, business eresources
ID Code :815
Submitted :21 Jun 2011 11:34
Last Modified :09 Jul 2011 16:00
UKPSF Codes :
+ UKPSF A2 - Teaching and/or supporting student learning
+ UKPSF A4 - Developing effective environments and student support and guidance
+ UKPSF K1 - Knowledge and understanding of -- The subject material
+ UKPSF K2 - Knowledge and understanding of -- Appropriate methods for teaching and learning in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme
+ UKPSF K3 - Knowledge and understanding of -- How students learn, both generally and in the subject
+ UKPSF V4 - Commitment to encouraging participation in higher education, acknowledging diversity and promoting equality of opportunity
SCONUL 7 Pillars :
+ SCONUL Pillar 1. The ability to recognise a need for information
+ SCONUL Pillar 2. The ability to distinguish ways in which the information .gap. may be addressed
JACS/JORUM Subjects :
+ Business and Administrative studies
+ Education

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