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Information Resources for Social Sciences and Humanities
Session coordinator: Filip Vojtášek,  Albertina icome Praha s.r.o., Czech Republic
Where: 24. 5. 2006, 13:30 - 17:00, Auditorium D

FACTIVA.COM – Better Decisions. Faster.

Author: Johanna Bristow,  ProQuest Information and Learning, United Kingdom

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Abstract

Factiva is a joint venture between two of the world’s leading providers of news, Dow Jones and Reuters, providing indispensable sources of information that inspire decisions in companies from all four corners of the globe.

By subscribing to Factiva.com, educational institutions can give students access to the tools they need to succeed not only in school, but throughout their corporate life.

Factiva.com combines more than 10,000 sources to give students, lecturers and librarians access to premium content from 152 countries and in 22 languages. This broad range of content provides both local insight and global perspective on every business issue.


Other papers in this session:

Information Resources for Social Sciences and Humanities: Generalization, Specifics and Interesting Facts

Author: Petra Šedinová, Masaryk University in Brno - Faculty of Education, Czech Republic


European Social Fund as a Resource for Electronic Information Resources Funding

Author: Milan Kováĝ, Jabok, Czech Republic


The Future of Search and Information Retrieval. Build Your Own eLibrary

Author: Mechthild Geesen, K. G. Saur Verlag, A Part of The Thomson Corporation, Germany


Oxford's Virtual Online Library

Author: Anita Joice, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom

Co-author: Kamran Kardan / Oxford University Press


Manuscriptorium Digital Library

Author: Stanislav Psohlavec, AiP Beroun s.r.o., Czech Republic


Getting the Most out of SourceOECD

Author: François Barnaud, OECD, France


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