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What to do if the "Datatypes" button is disabled in Datastream

When using Datastream, what do you do if the “Datatypes” button is disabled, or the “No datatype” box is greyed out? There are two common reasons why this happens, with easy but unexpected resolutions. 162 more words

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The new and improved Bloomberg keyboard has landed

The keyboards in the Bloomberg Suite at The University of Manchester Library have been upgraded.

The new keyboards, called “Starboard” by Bloomberg, are lighter and quieter to use, with the full-size layout of numeric keypad, cursor keys and bank of keys above the numeric pad. 176 more words

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Lifting the curtain on specialist business and financial databases

Liquid lunches

Several times each year, The University of Manchester Library staff are invited to take part in a “Liquid Lunch”.  Held at lunchtime, as you’d expect, this is a chance for staff to hear from speakers from around or outside the University on a variety of different perspectives and new ideas.   478 more words


Changes to MBS Library facilities

The next phase of the University’s £1 billion campus redevelopment, which will transform over 20,000 square metres of teaching and learning facilities in MBS, is about to begin. 364 more words

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ThomsonONE.com has replaced Thomson ONE Banker

As you may or may not be aware, Thomson ONE Banker (the service platform for company data) is no longer supported by Thomson Reuters. We have been running Thomson Reuters’ new service platform… 165 more words

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Research Feasibility

In undertaking research on a particular topic it is a good idea to ask the question: is this research feasible?

Seeking guidance from a librarian can be beneficial, highlighting relevant factors in completing an MSc dissertation, for example. 313 more words

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Student webinar sessions from Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters provides student training resources, specifically Question & Answer sessions in the form of webinars.

The products covered are Datastream and ThomsonONE.com, although they also cover Thomson Rueters Eikon (which we do not have at The University of Manchester). 49 more words

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