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We are happy to announce the start dates of the Summer Vacation Loans 2019:
Undergraduates: from Thursday 20th June until 15th October.
MBAs, DPhils and Official Visitors: from Thursday 4th July until Tuesday 10th September.
Please note that Vacation Loans are only available to students without overdue books and outstanding fines. You can check your account by signing into SOLO with your SSO. Fines can be paid online by credit/debit card (or at the enquiry desk, during staffed hours, by card or mobile payment). If you experience any difficulties, please contact the library: email@example.com or telephone: +44 (0)1865 288880.
You asked for more MacBook accessories. We’ve now added extra Apple USB-C adapters to our list of IT equipment available for loan:
- USB-C 87W Power Adapter
- USB-C Charge Cable (2m)
- USB-C to USB Adapter
- USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter
To borrow any of these items, please ask a member of library staff. If there is an item not listed that you would like us to provide, please do make a recommendation.
Did you know that Oxford University members can access a selection of daily newspapers online? Titles include The Economist, The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal. See our Current News guide for more information.
We are pleased to announce that the Bodleian Libraries now provide free online access to The Economist. This highly regarded magazine-format newspaper is published weekly and covers many business related topics such as world events, politics, finance & economics, and science & technology.
Through SOLO you can read every issue published over the newpaper’s 174 year history. For historical issues (1843 – 2013) use the Gale Cengage Economist Historical Archive link and for copies of the most recent print issues at www.economist.com use the Miscellaneous Ejournals link.
Please note that the library will be unstaffed from 17:00 on Thursday 18th April to 09:00 Tuesday 23rd April.
During this time, the library will be closed to non-SBS visitors.
This also means that those of you wishing to consult reference material such as Bodleian Books will be unable to do so during this period.
The library and building itself will be open the usual time (07:30-00:00).
You may still borrow and return books via the Self-Issue machine by the Enquiry desk, and you may also renew books online via the library catalogue (sign in on the top-right of the page).
Enjoy your break and good luck in the upcoming exams!
Taking part in Map The System?
We now have a selection of useful and inspiring books as requested by Map The System participants at Oxford Saïd. If you’d like to borrow any, just ask at the library enquiry desk.
We have also prepared a guide with a selection of databases and resources. For more check the Bodleian A-Z list, or contact any of the librarians.
As Hilary draws to a close, here are our vacation loans details:
Starting today (7th March) for the following readers:
- Masters in Financial Economics (MFE)
- Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
- Research students
- Non-SBS visitors
Please note: All books are due back on Tuesday 30th April.
Enjoy your holidays!
Happy #WorldBookDay ! 🌍📚📅
Here a few links to help you get the most out of the books available at the Sainsbury Library:
Did you know that as an Oxford University member you can obtain a variety of software products? We have put together a one-stop page to direct you to all the software available at Oxford!
Taking part in mapthesystem? We have prepared a guide with a selection of databases and resources. For more check the Bodleian A-Z list, or contact any of the librarians at the Sainsbury Library.
Keep checking back as more resources will be added!
Eikon is a financial database which provides “access an incredible depth and breadth of financial analysis data to make smarter decisions”. We offer Eikon to all SBS members and have invited a representative from Refinitiv (formerly Thomson Reuters) to come and run a training day.
All SBS members who currently use, or would like to use, financial databases are invited to come along and learn how Eikon can help with your research.
A representative from Refinitiv will be available to demonstrate Eikon’s features. Feel free to bring your own questions.
The Andrew Cormack Room, Park End Street. Ask at the library information desk for more information.
Monday 11th February
12 – 1pm: Intro to Eikon (basics for new users including MBA, MFE, MLF, DPhil, faculty)
1:30 – 2:30pm: Training for library staff.
2:30pm onwards: Drop-in sessions for faculty and researchers. Please email with availability to book a time.
Email Rebecca.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.