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The 20th FIFA World Cup is currently well underway in Brazil and logistically it is a huge undertaking with events taking place across 12 cities.
As such a large sporting event it is an example of large scale events management and hospitality and a catalyst for tourism to the host nation.
Over the next few posts I’ll share a few examples of research on sports events management, hospitality & tourism but you’ll find even more relevant books and journal articles on the Library Catalogue and Discover.
Edited to add all links to this weeks posts on Sports Management & the World Cup:
We know that for many of our distance learners it is a very busy time. Many of you are busy working on assignments or revising for exams.
Don’t forget, library staff are here to support you during this time, if you have any questions about finding information sources you can always get in touch with us
You may also find the library’s skills for learning support useful - there are guides, videos and more that you can use in your own time.
On the Skills for Learning pages you will find help on many topics including:
Visit the Skills for Learning pages whenever you need to.
Your liaison librarians have been buying lots of books and e-books, sometimes they are new titles, sometimes additional copies, and sometimes newer editions of titles already in stock.
This is great news for distance learners because many of our new books are e-books which are accessible anytime from anywhere.
Here are just a few e-books for Design, Hospitality & Tourism, Education, Business, Pharmacy and Nursing - all subjects that are offered to distance learners:
Search for e-books on your topics now using the Library Catalogue