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New Titles Available - October 2018

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The Routledge Companion to Critical Accounting (eBook)
Robin Roslender
2017

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Humanitarian Logistics: Meeting the Challenge of Preparing for and Responding to Disasters
Peter Tatham, Martin Christopher
Third Edition - 2018

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Accounting and Finance: An Introduction
E.J. McLaney, Peter Atrill
Ninth Edition - 2018

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Essentials of Entrepreneurship: Changing the World, One Idea At a Time
Robert A. Baron, Keith M. Hmieleski
Second Edition - 2018

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Excellence in Business Communication
John V. Thill, Courtland L. Bovee
Twelfth Edition - 2017

Subject Shelf Locations

153.8
Influencing
658.15
Accounting
658.4012
Strategy
658.4092
Leadership
174.4
Business
Ethics
658.3
Human
Resources
658.402
Teams
658.7
Supply
Chain
302.35
Organisational

Behaviour

658.311
Employee
Engagement
658.403
Decision
Making
658.802
Marketing
Plans
658
Management
658.314
Motivation
658.406
Organisational
Change
658.8342
Consumer
Behaviour
658.0072
Business
Research
658.4
Organisational
Design
658.4.063
Innovation
658.872
Digital
Marketing

Where to Look for Books and Ebooks

Print Collection

The Library shelves print books according to subject matter. Broadly speaking, business related material is shelved between the numbers 650-659 (see bottom left for ShelfMarks).

Depending on the specific title, a print book may be borrowed for a period of 3 weeks, 1 week or 48 hours. You can find more loan information here.

eBooks

When you search the Library catalogue for a title or keyword, you will find that an increasing number of records are for an 'eBook'. This means that by clicking on the link within one of these records, you can read that book online. If you access an eBook from an off-campus location you will be prompted for your DCU username and password.

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This tutorial will:

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Video help

These videos will show you how to locate and access books and ebooks in the Library catalogue.