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LibGuides from the London Business School Information Services and Library Team.

The Likierman Library is located in the west wing of the Sammy Ofer Centre.

Updates

Saturday 25th May- Change to Library Desk hours
Due to building work taking place near the Library desk on the  morning of Saturday 25th, we will open one hour later than normal. A member of staff will be available from 12:00-17:00 

The Bloomberg / Eikon PCs  on main campus have moved to room B101.

Books - auto-renewals
Books (apart from 24 hour loan copies) will be auto-renewed up to 30 times providing that nobody has requested them - i.e. placed a hold. 
You will still receive a reminder email telling you books are due in 3 days - but there is no need to take action unless you receive a second email telling you a hold has been placed on a book you have out.

E-book guide 
We get e-books from a range of different suppliers learn about our e-books here.
 

 

Have you tried...

Glass.ai
Glass.ai is a UK startup with Artificial Intelligence technology that is digitally mapping the world's economy. The company's founders include LBS and UCL alumni. The current Beta tracks any topic of interest across billions of web pages, watching over millions of UK and US organisations. Users can register for free (as this is an external company we advise you check their privacy statement before you do this), enter an area of interest, and quickly see which companies match their criteria. You can try the Beta version at https://research.glass.ai/.

Privacy Statement

Please read database suppliers’ privacy policies before using your email to register for personalised services such as alerts. If in doubt, contact: library@london.edu

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Libchat- Ask us!

Monday - Friday 09:00 - 20:00 hrs. Saturday 11:00-17:00.
Please  let us know if you are a student or alumnus as your access to resources differ.
For more in depth enquiries email: library@london.edu or call 020 7000 7620.

Reminder - restrictions on use when on internships

The  Library licences access to over 5,000 ebooks, 34,000 ejournals and 70 datasets for the use of current students, faculty and staff of the School. Infringement of our licence terms puts our digital library at risk and can lead to the termination of access to a resource for all LBS users. You, as an authorised user, are responsible for ensuring that your use of the resources complies with the licence terms and conditions.

Our licences allow you to make use of these resources personally and for educational purposes only. You must not:

  • share your login details with others, whether co-authors or other students
  • pass on or share downloaded materials with unauthorised users in any format
  • use the resources for any commercial purpose, including internships and consulting activities

These broad principles apply to all resources though the terms of each licence do vary. If you have any questions about the licensing of a specific electronic resource, please contact the library’s Electronic Resources Manager, at library@london.edu

As a member of the School, you have access to a rich portfolio of business information – available to you 24/7 wherever you are studying. Please help us to keep it that way. 

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Use of the Library e-resources

The  Library licences access to over 5,000 ebooks, 34,000 ejournals and 70 datasets for the use of current students, faculty and staff of the School. Infringement of our licence terms puts our digital library at risk and can lead to the termination of access to a resource for all LBS users. You, as an authorised user, are responsible for ensuring that your use of the resources complies with the licence terms and conditions. Our licences allow you to make use of these resources personally and for educational purposes only. You must not:

  • share your login details with others, whether co-authors or other students
  • pass on or share downloaded materials with unauthorised users in any format
  • use the resources for any commercial purpose, including internships and consulting activities

These broad principles apply to all resources though the terms of each licence do vary. If you have any questions about the licensing of a specific electronic resource, please contact the library’s Electronic Resources Manager, at library@london.edu

As a member of the School, you have access to a rich portfolio of business information – available to you 24/7 wherever you are studying. Please help us to keep it that way.