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Library Services for MBA Alumni

Welcome to the Open University’s MBA Alumni library resources page. This service is available to all Open University MBA Alumni.

The OU Library has negotiated access to a growing number of resources. These include full-text journals, ebooks, abstracts and indexes and websites that our librarians have recommended. To access some of these resources you will need  to sign in using your Open University computer user name (OUCU) and password.

Help is available for alumni who may have forgotten their password or OUCU details.

This service is provided for your personal, private study and content should not be used in connection with your employment or to support any commercial endeavour.  You are reminded that printing and downloading of online material is limited by Copyright and licences.  Full details are available here Copyright Information

Support and advice is available from the Library Enquiry Service

We would also greatly value your feedback on these pages and the resources available.

Information skills
Resources to aid in developing your digital and information literacy skills:

  • Being Digital. A collection of short, easy-to-follow activities on finding, using and creating information online. Being Digital will help you to become a confident and critical user of digital tools and resources.
  • Web Guide. A general guide to using the internet for OU students, with hints and tips on making effective use of the web

Publicly available library resources
The Publicly available resources list includes a wide range of freely available information sources, including full-text journals, electronic books, images, statistics and financial data.

Jul 24

Smarter searching with library databases

Wednesday, 24 July, 2024 - 19:30

Learn how to access library databases, take advantage of the functionality they offer, and devise a proper search technique.

Library Helpdesk

Chat to a Librarian - Available 24/7

Other ways to contact the Library Helpdesk