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London Metropolitan University

Aviation, Business, International Business, Human Resources, Project Management

Company, industry, consumer markets analysis, HRM strategy e-resources

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GSBLS Academic Mentors and Study Skills textbooks

Contact your Business Academic Mentors for support with your academic writing, maths & stats, English language support for academic purposes, Law academic writing.

Business analysis and marketing resources

Subject guides and librarians

Subject guides are curated lists of specific research resources; used to better connect students with authoritative and informative sources that can enhance your learning and academic studies.

The Librarians are specialists in their subject areas and are available to advise and support students in the following ways:

  • Help with researching for assignments, dissertations and projects
  • Effective use of Library subject collections, databases and other resources
  • Referencing and plagiarism
  • Basic study skills
  • And any other information needs you may have related to your studies

If you'd like more support on subject specific research, please contact your  Academic Liaison Librarian using the links on the left.

LibKey Nomad (small box)

Get fast access to scholarly articles

LibKey Nomad is a great tool which helps you to easily find scholarly journal articles.  When you are searching on the web, Nomad lets you know if any of the content is available from our library subscriptions or open access alternatives. 

All you need to do is add an extension to your web browser. 

Go to, select your browser at the bottom of the page and follow the instructions to add the extension. When prompted, select London Metropolitan University as your organisation. 

When searching the web look out for the Nomad button to link you to the article.

The Nomad Button- it has a green flame and says Download PDF 

Online reading lists

Search for your module reading List

The best place to find your reading list is on Weblearn.

Search for lists, modules & courses

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Study guide titles