New online research and information service for economics, accountancy and business students
Released on: September 5, 2007, 6:44 am
Press Release Author: Zoe Bett/ WiWi-Online AG
Press Release Summary: www.wiwi-online.co.uk is the new web site tailored specifically and carefully to the research needs of students, researchers, academic staff and young professionals in the fields of economics, accountancy and business studies.
Press Release Body: WiWi-Online has built up a unique and extensive collection of databases and information. This information has been filtered and organised into useful and relevant categories, saving users valuable time and effort.
WiWi-Online (pronounced 'Vee-Vee online') has already launched three highly successful web sites in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The abbreviation WiWi comes from the German word 'Wirtschaftswissenschaften' - a general term that covers the fields of economics, accountancy and business studies.
The web site provides invaluable information such as a the one-of-a-kind database of all senior academic staff at higher education institutions in the UK and Ireland together with their research interests and contact details as well as a database of over 200 central banks and useful sources of national statistics.
Having trouble finding information for an important essay or dissertation? WiWi-Online can help users find the information they need in a targeted and effective manner. Users can search the 'Academic staff database' to find university staff with research interests and papers on the subject which they are researching. Alternatively they can search the databases to be found under 'Institutions' and 'Facts and Figures' to find the perfect information source for their needs.
Via the 'My Settings' option users can personalise the web site and save segments of the databases which are useful to them. For example, users can save the location of their university so that they have quick access to contact details of libraries, universities, societies, and students unions in their area. The user can also save the profiles of specific senior academic staff members whose research interests or contact details are of particular relevance to them.
Users can also find information about top business school including Saïd Business School at Oxford University, HEC Paris and IE Business School in Spain. Each of the Business School partners is presented on the web site including information on programmes, academic staff, events and accreditation.
Visit www.wiwi-online.net to take advantage of this essential new web site for economics, accountancy and business studies
Should you require further information, please contact WiWi-Online:
Zoë Bett Database and Content Management UK and Ireland Trafalgar Square 1 Northumberland Avenue London WC2N 5BW Tel: +44 (20) 7872 5660 Fax: +44 (20) 7872 5661 email@example.com