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Get acquainted with the Watson Library of Business and Economics!
The Libraries is pleased to announce a new and improved E-Journals search. The new search provides access e-journals through a browsable A-to-Z title list, title searching, and subject browsing. (Note: E-Journals search allows you to search for a particular journal, rather than for articles within a journal.)
Search options include
Search results will connect you to the online content of the e-journal. There may be multiple copies, as seen below with Journal of Finance, detailing the date runs held by each publisher.
To the right of the journal title in the results screen, the options for “Look up Article” and “More Full Text Options” integrate the Citation Finder and e-Link to help you connect to the full-text efficiently.
This session will teach the basic navigation and searching skills necessary to begin using Bloomberg.
All sessions will take place in the Watson Library in the 1st Mezzanine reading room on the west side of the floor.
No further sessions are available for the Fall 2010 semester. Dates for Spring 2010 Bloomberg sessions will be announced soon.
Watson Library hours for exam week:
Friday [8/6]: 8am – 10pm
Saturday [8/7]: Noon – 9pm
Sunday [8/8] Noon – 11pm
Monday-Wednesday [8/9 – 8/11]: 8am – Midnight
Intersession Hours begin Thursday, 8/12.
For the hours of other libraries check: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/services/hours/
Alternative study space: classrooms in Uris Hall are available as study space for business school students when not in use for classes or other scheduled events.