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Business: Welcome

A Guide to library resources and information for Accounting and Finance, Economics, Business, Human Resource Management, Innovation and Enterprise, Marketing, Strategy and Operations staff and students

Liaison Team Contact

Aimee Cook
My office is Room 304 on Level 3 of the Robinson Library.
0191 208 7665

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Welcome and help

Welcome to the Subject Guide for students and staff from The Business School at Newcastle University


Get answers to many of your questions through our searchable knowledge base on Library Help. If the knowledge base doesn't have the answer just email Library Help, or if you prefer, you can tweet, text or phone your query.

The Social Sciences Library team includes: Louise Gordon (currently on maternity leave) Aimee Cook (Acting Liaison Librarian) and Julie Quick.

Please contact the Social Sciences Liaison Team if you need any help and advice, we would love to hear from you:

Need more in-depth guidance with your dissertation, thesis or project literature search? Why not book a one-to-one consultancy with our helpful and knowledgeable Library team?

We'll discuss your information needs in more detail, suggest useful resources for you within and beyond the Library and give you a personalised search plan to help you get organised.


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Library News


Great new online resources for 2016/17

Great news! We've invested in a brilliant range of online resources for the new academic year. Following resource trials and consultation with students and staff, we've added millions of pages of historic newspapers, archives, ebooks and literary texts, together with multimedia and other learning resources. 

Whatever your subject area, you're sure to find something useful. Just explore this box for full details!

Mergent Archives

Mergent intellect

Great news! We have added two new collections to our British Library newspaper portfolio. These add over 70 new regional titles, including local papers such as the Newcastle Journal, Sunderland Daily Echo, Shields Gazette, and Morpeth Herald, together with key titles from Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds and elsewhere. The new coverage is mainly from the nineteenth century.