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Finding Information for Events Management

Books The best way to find books for Events Management is by using Find it at Lincoln. The main classification number for is: 394.2068 and these can be found on the first floor of the library. Other areas also include: 306.4812 Leisure 338.4791 Tourism And on the second floor: 658.404 Project Management 790.0904 Sport and Leisure 796.069 Sports Management Journals All print journals are shelved on the third floor of the library in alphabetical order. Many of the journals we subscribe to are also available in electronic format. Search the ejournals A Z found under the resources tab on the main library pages to see if we have access to relevant journals. Recommended Journals Event Management - 2002 to present International Journal of Event and Festival Management - 2010 to present Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events 2009 to present Databases

If you are looking for information on a chosen topic then we recommended using our search engine Find it at Lincoln. Recommended Databases ABI/Inform Complete - Mainly fulltext articles on a wide range of business-related issues. CABI Abstracts - Abstracts of journal articles in the fields of leisure, recreation and tourism. Abstracts are available from 1973 onwards, and are searchable by author and by keyword. EBSCO The host for a number of databases including Academic Search Complete and Business Source Complete (two very good business databases.) Factiva Academic - Access to more than 8,000 international sources including major newspapers, newswires and a wide selection of journals. Especially useful for company information and business news. PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ONLY FIVE USERS MAY ACCESS FACTIVA ACADEMIC AT ANY ONE TIME. GMID (Global Market Information Database) formerly known as Euromonitor, this database provides detailed market size data from 52 countries, country data, top brands pertaining to specific countries, world marketing forecasts, lifestyle reports on 60 major and emerging markets, major market profiles of industrialised countries, and market research reports LexisLibrary Primarily a law database, but has a useful newspaper section covering UK

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newspapers. Marketline Advantage (Datamonitor 360) - offers a comprehensive and unique collection of company, industry, financial, product, country information, research and data extending across every major marketplace and industry. Also useful for statistics. Ebooks We have two main ebook databases, Dawsonera and My I Library. You can search the databases individually or search via Find it at Lincoln or the library catalogue. Once you have your results they can be limited by ebooks. Dissertations We hold a number of past dissertations on the ground floor. These can be searched via the library catalogue. Search for the topic then when the results are up, limit by dissertations. Useful Internet Resources Data Sources (Statistics) Eurostat http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/port al/page/portal/eurostat/home/ -

and local level. Summaries and detailed data releases are published free of charge. . Visit Britain http://www.visitbritain.org/insightsan dstatistics/index.aspx?url=/staruk here you can find market intelligence, including the latest inbound visitor statistics, tourism trends, forecasts, analysis and commentary. Other Useful Websites The Department for Culture, Media and Sport http://www.culture.gov.uk Oversees the work of Sport England and UK Sport and helps set the Government strategy for a whole range of sporting issues, from sport in schools to international sports policy. Event Industry News http://www.eventindustrynews.co.uk/ - Event Industry News (EIN) is an online event magazine that provides the latest news to the events industry. Green Space - http://www.greenspace.org.uk/ - A registered charity set up to help those committed to the planning, design, management and use of public parks and open spaces. Lincolnshire Resilience Forum http://www.lincolnshireprepared.co.u k/section.asp?catid=24714 Lincolnshires Resilience Forum (LFR) is a partnership made up of all the organisations needed to prepare for and respond to any major emergency in the county of Lincolnshire. Help

Statistical office of the European Commission providing a highquality statistical information service.
National Statistics Online http://www.statistics.gov.uk/hub/inde x.html - Data on economy, population and society at national

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Daren Mansfield and Martin Osborne are your business librarians. For help in using the above resources please email them at businesslibrarian@lincoln.ac.uk. Drop In Sessions Every Wednesday morning 9.30 11.30 on the ground floor of the business and law building.

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