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How do I... - Tuesday 08 October 2019

The essentials

The best resources for students and participants


Be more efficient with our list of the most commonly used resources!


If I'm looking for... I go to... Tips!
Books, ebooks, academic articles, theses, newspapers and magazines Discovery

Search by author, title words, subject, course code...

Access references for physical documents

Direct access to full text for ebooks, academic articles and theses

French and international press articles Europresse Also contains Economist Intelligence Unit reports
International general and professional press  ...
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How do I... - Sunday 08 September 2019

Finding data and info on countries

With a focus on the European Union


Looking for country data?

Or reports?

Or profiles?

Or even maps?


The Learning Center can help!


  • General information

    • In section II 200 you can find books on every country's economy. Look for them in the search engine Discovery

    • MarketLine Advantage contains Country Analysis Reports (including PEST and PESTLE analyses)

    • And if you need articles from national or international newspapers, just go to Factiva

  • Statistics

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Comment faire... - Thursday 13 June 2019

Health industries

The Learning Centre introduces you to helpful resources to be better trained and informed on Health industries.







Tip: use Google Scholar Inside to cross-check your topic, you may find articles from other databases.

Examples of academic journals:

Health policy 
Health Economics Review 
Journal of health economics 
Health care management science 
Journal of health...

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How do I... - Thursday 06 June 2019

How to write a bibliography?


What is it for?

A bibliography is the list of the documents you used to write a paper or dissertation.


It has two purposes:

  • demonstrating the quality of your work: your arguments are backed by your research

  • allowing the verification of your work: your reader might be interested in some of your sources and look for the document that inspired you


Where to place it?

A bibliography is generally placed at the end of your paper. You can also insert a shorter bibliography at the end of each part or chapter.


How to organize references?

A bibliography must follow a structure, which can be either:

  • chronological

  • thematic: you can use the different parts of your paper

  • by document type: first books, then articles, etc...

In any case, references are...

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How do I... - Friday 26 April 2019

An easy way to read the daily national and international press!





Did you know you could use Factiva and Europresse for an article search on a topical subject ? You can also use it to read the daily international press, without having to run a search?






Factiva’s News Pages are here for that! Just click on the News Pages menu header to go to the online newsstand.


By default the News Pages are set up on the French daily press but you can choose other regions or countries from the drop-down menu on the left of the page.
Each newspaper displays the...

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