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This Business and Management page is built specifically for further education students. This page will help you find library resources and information relating to your course.
If you need more help, or would like to arrange a one to one session to look at our resources, please contact your
Subject Support Librarian, Oreen Mullally, at Northenden
Useful Websites for students
Businessballs - A free ethical learning and development resource for people and organisations, run by Alan Chapman in Leicester, UK.
Chartered Institute of Marketing - Leading international body for marketing and business department. Offers help with training, qualifications and resources.
Useful Websites for Staff
www.businesscasestudies.co.uk - Learn business studies theory online with extensive revision pages and download free case studies from real world companies and associated lesson materials and worksheets.
www.tutor2u.net - Provides a range of support resources and services to teachers, students, parents and other educational communities.
What are Information Skills?
During your studies and in your career, you will need to develop the skills to find, evaluate and use information effectively and ethically. Better information skills will help you find and use better quality information, which will help you with research, assignments and revision.
Use the checklist below to start thinking critically about the information you use.
Reference: IFLA, 2018. How to spot fake news. [online]. The Hague: IFLA. Available from: https://www.ifla.org/publications/node/11174 [Accessed 01/10/2018].
On Demand Video Resources, training, information and advice. Just a few features include:
Sign in by searching for your institution: The Manchester College - you will then be asked to enter your college username and password.
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