On Monday, January 25, CLIO, the library’s online catalog, received a make-over! It is now full of great new features like book covers, selected full-text and the ability to text call numbers to your phone!
Contacting a librarian via IM is a great way to get help quickly!
Extended hours begin February 1!
Monday – Thursday, 1pm – 9pm
Friday, 1pm – 5pm
This Spring Columbia Business School is happy to continue having students register for Capital IQ. Capital IQ is a web based research platform that combines deep information on companies, markets, and people worldwide with robust tools for fundamental analysis, financial modeling, market analysis, screening, targeting, and relationship and workflow management.
Note: If you already signed up in the Fall, you are still registered until May 2010.
If you are not registered already, please sign up before Wednesday February 3rd, 2010 at Noon :
For more information about Capital IQ be sure to attend the Capital IQ Information Presentation Session. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, February 4th, 2010
The top five research questions for 2009 are:
- How do I access Capital IQ?
- Where can I find a list of business and economics databases to which the library subscribes?
- How do I find analyst reports (investment bank reports)?
- Where can I find company profiles?
- Where do I find SEC filings?
Based on then number of hits in our 24/7 Help frequently asked questions database.
The Library has acquired the Springer E-Book collections for the years 2005, 2009, and 2010. We now have access to thousands of additional electronic books, reference works, and book series in the following subject areas:
- Architecture and Design
- Behavioral Science
- Biomedical and Life Sciences
- Business and Economics
- Chemistry and Materials Science
- Computer Science
- Earth and Environmental Science
- Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
- Mathematics and Statistics
- Physics and Astronomy
- Professional and Applied Computing
Content is available on the SpringerLink platform directly though the following link: http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?APU3478
Records will also being showing up in CLIO, the Library’s catalog on a continuing basis, as soon as new materials are added to the collection.
Consult the following sections for resources to prepare for your interviews. Good luck!
The staff of the Watson Library extend a warm welcome to all new students!
Useful links and information about Watson Library:
– Library hours
– Library floor plans [The second mezzanine is an oasis of quiet study space!]
–Reserve a study room [There are 34 study rooms in the Watson Library; same day reservations are allowed.]
– Research help [Yes! You can IM a librarian!]
– Information about items on reserve at the Library
– List of business and economics databases [with descriptions!]
Just in case you misplaced the handouts from the library orientation they are available online. [But how could you misplace something so exciting!]
See below for a list of useful databases for the case assignment on “Parker Petroleum in Jumandia”:
For issues in the industry highlighted by corporate social responsibility analysts:
iRatings by RiskMetrics
We added new sources over the past year – check them out!
- New databases from the International Monetary Fund:
- Balance of Payment Statistics
- Direction of Trade Statistics
- Global Financial Statistics
- Leadership Directories
- Value Line – current and historical reports
Eileen Barroso / Columbia University