Category Archives: Library News

Lockdown Business Resources

Whilst the Sainsbury Library is closed, you can still access all of our online resources.

Here are some handy summaries of the key resources. You can also check them all out on the Key Business Resources​ LibGuide or via #SainsburyLibResources on Twitter.


Bloomberg

Bloomberg provides access to financial data, including equities, fixed income, indices, commodities, currencies, and more.

  • Explore the equity market with:
    • KI (key insights)
    • FA (financial analysis)
    • EGRV (equity relative valuation).
  • Explore the fixed income market with:
    • FIW (fixed income worksheet)
    • BVAL (Bloomberg valuation)
    • LQA (liquidity assessment)

Bloomberg LibGuide


Mergent Online

Mergent Online provides access to:

  • Global analysis of a wide range of industries.
  • Decades of active and inactive company financial data
  • Investment analyst reports in the Investext tab

Access Mergent Online


Mergent Archives

Mergent Archives provides access to company annual reports.

Access Mergent Archives


Orbis

Orbis provides access to European financial data.

Access Orbis


Capital IQ

Capital IQ provides access to global financial data for public and private companies.

➜ Email library@sbs.ox.ac.uk to request access


Retail Insight

Retail Insight provides access to global insight, analysis, news and data covering more than 9,000 retail operations across 211 markets

Set up a Retail Insight account


Zephyr

Zephyr provides access to information on M&A, IPO, private equity and venture capital deals.

Access Zephr


IBISWorld

IBISWorld provides Brexit Impact Statements for over 400 industries. This includes over 30 pages of stats & analysis on the market, operating conditions, performance, and major participants. They have also developed both a Covid-19 Impact Tool and a combined Covid-19/Brexit Impact Tool to understand different industries’ vulnerability to exposure factors. Monthly updates are available.

Access IBISWorld

 

Journals and Current News

Did you know that Oxford University members can access a selection of journals and daily news sources online? Titles include ImpactAlpha, The Economist, The Financial Times and The Wall Street Journal. See our Journal Articles and E-books and Current News LibGuides for more information.

 

Welcome to the Sainsbury Library

WelcomeA warm welcome to our new students! You can start familiarising yourself with the Sainsbury Library by watching our induction videos.

The University’s Business & Management subject library, at the Saïd Business School. The Sainsbury Library is one of the Bodleian Libraries, a collection of research and departmental libraries dotted across Oxford. Access to the library is currently restricted to those who have seat bookings, so please see below for information on how to book your seat. The library is open from 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday, with additional seatings until 7pm available at the start of Michaelmas Term.

We realise that this year is a little unusual, but we hope that you will be able to help you find all the information you need to feel confident in how to use the library and the online resources available to you. The library staff are on hand to answer any questions, just contact us using the details on the left. There are no stupid questions (actually we prefer the stupid ones because they’re usually easier to answer!), so please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Library: COVID-19 information (Updated: 26th February 2021)

Library Access

The Sainsbury Library is currently closed to all visitors. Please read below for further details of the library services that are still available to you.

A number of Bodleian libraries remain open to University members (booking required). Service levels may have to change at short notice, so please do check the Hilary term updates page for the latest information.

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Eureka Repository Closure

The Eureka Repository has now closed.

For many years Eureka was the open access repository for research at the Saïd Business School. It was originally established by Sainsbury Library staff to provide an easy deposit service for academics and research staff at the School. However, the Oxford research support landscape has changed radically in recent years with many improvements at an institutional level. Most significantly, this includes the provision of Symplectic Elements, a research information management system, and ORA, the Oxford University Research Archive. Both of these systems are available to the entire University and are now at the core of the research workflow in Oxford, and will be used for the University’s submission to REF. Therefore, it is no longer necessary for the Sainsbury Library to provide a dedicated research repository for the School.

Eureka was sunsetted at the end of August 2020. The live repository is no longer available online. A snapshot version of Eureka is now available to view through the Bodleian’s web archive, requests for old Eureka URLs are now directed to an archived version where possible. Publications for current academic staff that have been stored in Eureka have now been migrated over to Symplectic Elements. All outputs nominated for REF 2021 will need to have a record in Symplectic Elements. The logistics of REF nomination is managed by the School’s Research Office, if you have any questions about this please contact research.office@sbs.ox.ac.uk in the first instance. Please contact library@sbs.ox.ac.uk if you have any other questions about Eureka.

Lynda.com is now LinkedIn Learning

Lynda.com is now LinkedIn Learning. You can access this huge library of online, video based, courses, via Molly, the IT Learning Centre’s collection of online learning resources. Courses include a wide range of software and IT related topics (as well as soft skills and business skills) for beginners through to experts.

Online Learning with O’Reilly

Free access to expert-created and curated information covering all the areas that will shape our future – including artificial intelligence, operations, data, UX design, finance, leadership, and more.

The O’Reilly online learning platform (formerly known as Safari Books Online) includes an on-demand digital library providing books, videos, interactive tutorials, and live online classes, including titles from O’Reilly, Packt, No Starch Press, Wiley, Princeton University Press, and others.

You will need to register on the website using an .ox.ac.uk email address before use.