Finding books and journal articles
HOLLY (Harper Online Library)
Whether you want to find a book, an electronic journal article or other electronic information you can start your search in the same place, the simple search box on every library webpage.
HARLO (Harper Adams Reading Lists Online)
You can find recommended reading for all your modules via HARLO. You can search via the Find Lists tab and then either module code, title or lecturers name. Alternatively you can browse department via the department drop down list.
If you come across a book title we don't have in stock please contact us at email@example.com.
As well finding access to full text articles via HOLLY you can also search for specific journal titles.
Not sure whether the Journal you are using is a top resource. Check out these guides to the best Business journals.
If you want to know more about using journal articles in your work a good place to start is our Introducing Journals Guide
Market Research Databases
You can find these in our alphabetical list of databases:
Business Source Complete is the industry's most popular business research database, featuring the full text for more than 2,200 journals. Full text is provided back to 1965.
Use the link on the database page to register for the Financial Times.
Insights into over 400 retailers and current trends. Only available on campus.
Insights into supply chain news and trends. Only available on campus
Market research reports on food and drink in the UK, China food and drink, China retail and China lifestyles.
A global market research tool which provides strategic analysis as well as being a market size and market share database for products across key countries. It also contains information about consumers, the business environment, trade and the infrastructure of many countries.
Statistical data on over 80,000 topics from 22,500 sources
Information Literacy Skills
Study Guides - including Guide to Referencing, Guide to Report Writing and Revision Guide.
Finding Information - guidance on searching for books and articles.
Evaluating Information - succeed in your studies by developing further your skills in finding and using information.
Search Techniques - learn how to search effectively and ensure you get the information you need.