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DBS eSource is an online service hosting full content materials produced by Dublin Business School staff and students. It contains the full text of articles, theses, conference papers, book chapters and more. DBS eSource is an open access repository, with the aim of making all content as widely accessible as possible. Use the Browse functions on the right for an overview of relevant materials. For an advanced search click here.

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  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2016-07)
    Contents: Library User Survey, New Titles in the Library, Library Quiz, Books as Subway, Tickets!, Our DVD Collection, Novel Additions to our Collection, The Oldest Library in the World
  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2016-05)
    Contents: This issue of the Library News focuses on a number of recent events of interest to library professionals and library users. The DBS Library Annual Seminar, now in its third year, was held on Friday, 10th June. ...
  • Library, DBS (Dublin Business School, 2016-03)
    Contents: Summer opening hours & exams, Brain Awareness: Dementia, Book Review: The Circle, Irish Film Directors, Kindles, The Pearse Museum, Volunteering at Hugh’s House, DBS Library Annual Seminar, LILAC 2016, Business ...
  • Dalton, Michelle; O'Connor, Martin; Kouker, Alexander (Routledge, 2016)
    Blogging has been associated with the Library and Information Science (LIS) community for some time now. Libfocus.com is an online blog that was founded in 2011. Its goal was to create a communal communication space for ...
  • Jorgensen, Annette (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    This presentation will outline preliminary findings from a project which uses contemporary music in the classroom in order to help students relate to theoretical concepts and develop their ‘sociological imagination’. It ...
  • Hanlon, Niall (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    Higher education operates within a cultural milieu where gendered / sexual minorities (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer) are realising greater respect and recognition. Supporting diversity and promoting ...
  • Masterson, Ann (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    This research is in its second year of a part time Phd ; it is based on the premise that the gap in Irish and Indian national cultures is significant and is effecting levels of acculturation and ultimate student ...
  • Morgan, Alan (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    This paper explores the experience of implementing a 10 week program of Mindful Meditation Practice in the classroom at an Irish higher education institution, Dublin Business School. The focus of the program was based on ...