Information alone is not knowledge.
Knowledge alone is not wisdom.
Wisdom alone won’t guarantee success.
But nothing starts without information.
Chris Flegg, Bodleian Business Librarian
Oxford has the largest university library system in the UK, comprising 100 physical libraries and a world leading digital archive.
The Sainsbury Library
The Sainsbury Library is Saϊd Business School’s own dedicated resource. In addition to housing the main print collection for books supporting the School’s programmes, it is the starting point for access to all the online information resources in the fields of management, business and finance. This includes company data, industry and market analyses, business and management journals and specialist reports, nearly all available via remote online access, 24-7.
Experienced library staff are available for advice and help on how to use advanced search tools to carry out research for course projects and theses. As a student at Saϊd Business School, your username and password unlocks the full power of this impressive service as well as those of the collective set of 28 Oxford libraries that collectively make up the Bodleian Libraries.
The library is a spacious state-of-the-art facility, fully equipped with work spaces, wireless and networked computers, printers and copiers.
The Bodleian Libraries
'The Bodleian Libraries' is a collection of 28 libraries across the Univeristy of Oxford. They attract millions of researchers from around the globe to their incomparable treasures – not only books, manuscripts and journals, but also pictures, sculptures, coins, medals, musical scores and ‘curiosities’.
At the heart of this system stands the fabled Bodleian Library, which has been illuminating scholars since 1602. It contains 120 miles of bookshelves, and over 11 million books, and enough space in its reading rooms to seat more than two thousand researchers.
The University’s entire library system is searchable online. As a student at Saϊd Business School, your username and password unlocks the full power of Oxford’s information troves, 24-7.