Category Archives: research help

Sign up for our Bloomberg Introductory Training

Students, welcome back!!!

Interested in learning more about the Bloomberg Terminal?  Sign up for Bloomberg Introductory Training Workshops.   To register visit the following link:  http://bit.ly/bloombergworkshop

The dates and times for the sessions are as follows:

Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 9/15, 10:00-11:00a Business Library, 130 Uris Hall
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 9/22, 10:00-11:00a Business Library, 130 Uris Hall
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 9/29, 10:00-11:00a Business Library, 130 Uris Hall
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 10/6, 10:00-11:00a Business Library, 130 Uris Hall
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Thur 10/19, 2:00-3:00p Lehman Library
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 10/27, 10:00-11:00a Business Library, 130 Uris Hall
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 11/10, 10:00-11:00a Lehman Library
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Fri 12/1, 10:00-11:00a Business Library, 130 Uris Hall
Introduction to the Bloomberg Terminal Thur 12/7, 2:00-3:00p Business Library, 130 Uris Hall

October research workshops at Lehman Library!

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Join our Social Sciences workshops and build your research, data, mapping, and analytic skills!

Unless otherwise noted, all workshops will be held in Group Study room 2 on the main level of Lehman Library.

Please RSVP using this link: http://goo.gl/forms/oA1oLxO6uL. Please email dssc@library.columbia.edu with any questions.

10/1, 2 pm – Learn to Map: CartoDB

CartoDB has an easy, intuitive interface for quickly creating online maps. Bring your laptop and join us.

10/2, 2 pm – Learn to Map: QGIS [held in 215 Lehman Library]

A hands-on introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using QGIS open source software.

10/6, 10 am – Using Bloomberg & Capital IQ

Learn how to navigate, download data, and use basic commands in these popular business databases.

10/8, 1 pm – Making Sense: Qualitative Data Analysis 

Understand how to qualitatively interpret data collected through interviews, observations, and documents.

10/15, 1pm – Making Sense: Quantitative Data Analysis

Explore different quantitative methods for interpreting data. Learn how to identify appropriate methods for your data.

10/19, 11am – Making Sense: Spatial Data Analysis

Survey quantitative and geostatistical techniques for analyzing data.

10/22, 2pm – Learn to Map: Leaflet

Come learn Leaflet, an open-source JavaScript library for displaying spatial data in an interactive, mobile-friendly map.

10/28, 11am – Crash Course in Business Research

Get a quick tour of the basics of business research, covering resources for finance, marketing, and more.

 

Welcome new and returning students!


Contact a librarian for research help:

  • In person: Monday to Friday, 1pm to 5pm – ask for help at the service desk
  • Phone: Call us at 212-854-7804
  • Email [same day response on weekdays]
  • Consultations: email to set up an appointment
  • IM a research librarian for help with your research.

Search library resources:

  • Consult our research guides
  • List of business and economics databases
  • Use CLIO, the Libraries catalog to search for books, journals, ebooks, ejournals, articles and more!  Watch this short video to make the most out of CLIO!

Use the Columbia Libraries:

  • Hours
  • Find a study space
  • Reserve a study room in Watson [Business school students only]
  • Reserve a study room in Butler, Lehman or the Science and Engineering Library
  • Course reserves information
  • Printing in the Watson Library
  • Information about access to the libraries, loan periods, fines, etc.

New database: BMI Research

BMI Research provides:

  • in-depth market research reports on 24 industries and 200 global markets, emphasizing emerging markets
  • extensive economic and political risk ratings and analysis, macroeconomic analysis and forecasts, and financial analysis of debt and equity.
  • data tool that allows you access historical macroeconomic data and forecasts

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New resource: Euromonitor Passport cities

Passport Cities provides fully-comparable data and analysis on 1,150 of the world’s largest cities and includes reviews of 127 of the world’s major metropolitan areas.

Passport cities is available through the Euromonitor Passport database. Click on the “Countries & Consumers” tab and then choose “Cities”.

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