Trial Databases

Henry Stewart Talks - Online Marketing and Management Seminars from Leading Experts

Henry Stewart Talks publishes animated audio visual presentations by world leading experts. Trial access to the database is available through UBC Library until May 27.

Current presentation topics include:

  • Latest thinking in Mobile Marketing
  • Change Management
  • Getting the Most out of Qualitative Market Research
  • Latest thinking in Marketing to the Older Consumer

Click here to browse the online seminars (you will need to have the Virtual Private Network set up on your computer if you are off campus).

Click here to provide feedback to the Library about the database.

New Books

The following books are now available in the David Lam Library:

Top 20 Countries in Economics & Business

Canada placed third in a ranking of Top 20 Countries in Economics & Business, based on the number of citations of papers published in Thomson Reuters journals from 1998-2008. The ranking, published in February 2009, comes from Essential Science Indicators, a tool that evaluates publication and citation data from journals indexed by Thomson-Reuters.

Click here to see the full ranking on the website.

New from Statistics Canada

Manufacturing: The Year 2008 in Review

From the Statistics Canada website: “This study reviews status and trends for the manufacturing sector in 2008. It analyses major regional and industry shifts in production and put them in the context of major socio-economic drivers such as domestic demand, prices and exports. Employment, investment, productivity and profitability indicators are also presented.”

From Google Scholar (or from our own Citation eLinker, for that matter), trying to resolve to the article level via our UBC eLink button button results in being dropped at a rather bare AnthroSource page… a journal cover but no volumes to even click on. Part of the reason is all the articles have moved to the Wiley Interscience platform. We are working to resolve this.
If you land on the bare AnthroSource page, you can either re-search your article title at the top of the page or click HOME, then BROWSE JOURNALS then your journal title, then work your way into volume / issue / article title. A long route, but you get there.

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