Business Information Systems

The Library purchases high-quality subscription resources to support your assignments.

Use the University VPN system to access these resources any time, anywhere.

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Finding, reading and referencing relevant journal articles will get you the highest marks:

Check out this video on how to find journal titles.

Check out this introductory video on finding journal articles.

If we don't have an item you're interested in, we may be able to obtain it via Interlibrary Loan.

Scholarly or academic journals contain lots of individual articles on specific topics, written by different authors.  

They are highly regarded as a source of academic information because they include expert opinions, research findings and references to follow up.

They are written by specialised professionals and academics (such as your lecturers).

The best quality journal articles are peer-reviewed which means they have been reviewed by an expert before publication.

Which are the best journals?

Peer-reviewed journal articles are the best place to start.

Advanced users may wish to find out which journals are the highest ranked in a subject area:

News Services

Including our Financial Times and Economist subscriptions

Your Subject Team

 Timothy Collinson

Faculty Librarian


phone (023) 9284 3224

 Marie Smith

Assistant Faculty Librarian


phone (023) 9284 3339