Useful websites about Hospitality (reading list)
Useful websites about Tourism (reading list)
LibrarySearch will find articles from a number of different databases, but it can be useful to search these databases directly to get more focused results.
Articles from academic journals and trade magazines relating specifically to the Hospitality and Tourism sectors. Most articles are available in full text.
A huge database of academic journal articles, magazine articles, trade journals, reports, country profiles, industry profiles, and company profiles on all aspects of business including management.
This database contains academic and theoretical articles on management and business, including business strategy and the environment and aspects of quality control. The database provides abstracts from 1969 onwards and the full text of many journal articles is available from 1989.
Web of Science is a very broad database and often turns up articles that are not found in the other databases. Use the advanced search to build a search query with multiple keywords to narrow down your search.
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Books and e-books can be found through LibrarySearch. To find a book, just type the author, title or subject that you are interested into LibrarySearch.
You might see one or both:
By clicking on a title, you can see more details about the book. You can also place a 'hold' (reservation) for print books if you would prefer to collect it later or have it sent to a more convenient campus.
Postgraduate dissertations and doctoral theses from recent cohorts of Brookes students can be found on RADAR. Select 'Student research' and then choose eDissertations or eTheses.
Browsing by programme is usually a good way to find relevant pieces of work. Alternatively, you can use the search function and search within the eDissertations or eTheses collections for particular keywords.
For dissertations, you will need to log in using your Brookes credentials and then you will be able to download a PDF. Doctoral theses are open access.
The British Library's EThOS service has a much wider selection of doctoral theses available open access.
LibKey Nomad is a tool that you can add to your browser to help you to access PDFs of articles quickly when you are browsing online. Follow the instructions here to install it - it only takes a few seconds and will save you lots of time!
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