As we prepare for the Spring Semester, this is the information to register for The Bloomberg Introductory Training. The dates for the sessions are as follows:
- Thursday, Jan 26 @ 2pm– Business Library
- Friday, Jan 27 @ 10am – Business Library
- Thursday, Feb. 2nd @ 2pm -Lehman Social Sciences Library
- Friday, Feb. 3rd @ 10am – Lehman Social Sciences Library
- Friday, Feb 17th @ 10am – Business Library
- Thursday, Mar. 2nd @ 2pm – Business Library
- Friday, Mar. 24th @ 10am – Business Library
- Friday, April 7th @ 10am – Business Library
- Thursday, April 13th @ 2pm – Business Library
RSVP @ https://goo.gl/forms/vRbqRMDICx35hnOK2
Please note the locations, the sessions will be offered at Business or Lehman Social Sciences Library.
As an FYI, the form will automatically notify the business global and generate a confirmation email for the patron.
Winter is already upon us! How time flies. We here in the library hope that you have a happy, safe, and lovely break! We all look forward to seeing you in the New Year!
Our hours are as follows:
December 24th, 2016-January 3rd, 2017: CLOSED
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED
We will be closed January 16th for MLK Day and resume our normal hours January 17th, 2017.
Journalism Library will be open the following hours Nov. 21-27th.
Monday & Tuesday: 10am-8pm
Have a great week and we will see you for normal business hours again starting Nov. 28th!
Hello Journalism Students! The library will be open our regular hours, 10am-8pm tomorrow, November 8th, 2016. Other libraries hours will be truncated due to the elections. If you want to check other libraries hours, you can do so from the library hours guide here.
Happy voting and happy reporting!
Congratulations student body for being present for one of the craziest election cycles that have happened in America within my lifetime. With this election the School of Journalism is going to have a pop-up newsroom so that you to can experience the thrill of covering elections. To help, we here at the library offer these resources:
LibGuide on Campaigns & Elections: http://guides.library.columbia.edu/usgd/campaigns/home. This page shows resources for exploring different aspects of federal electoral campaigns and elections. This page has links for data on elections, accountability offices, background information, and the news sites that cover elections as well. This is a great catch all resource for election day coverage.
Gallup Analytics: http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?clio11526215.
This site will give you analysis on almost every topic you can think of. For instance, Presidential approval is at 50% as of writing this blog post. Thanks Gallup!
Exit Polls: http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?clio9167879. This E-Book “explores the trends in election day exit polls from their beginning in 1972 to the present, showing changes in the American electorate and its voting patterns.”
Data Catalog: http://library.columbia.edu/locations/dssc/data/numdata/data-catalog-holdings.html. This is important for statistical information for cities and states. It also has Gubernatorial, Congressional, and Presidential election data already laid out for you. How nice is that?
voxgov: http://www.columbia.edu/cgi-bin/cul/resolve?clio10644965. This site is really helpful in getting information on what is tending in social media. As of writing this blog law enforcement was the number 6 trending topic.
Did you miss the last discussion and want to attend? The next one is taking place in Lehman Library on November 2nd! Register at the link below!
Tomorrow, October 25 the Survey & Interview Studies workshop is happening. If you want to sign up please use the link below. This is the last DIY workshop for the semester.
Understand how to collect data using surveys and interviews. Sampling, question development, and implementation will be covered. Doing sensitive research and working with vulnerable groups will also be discussed.
Just a reminder that this Tuesday,October 18, we have a workshop in Ethnography & Observation Studies. If you would like to participate please use the link below to register.
Understand how to collect data on individual/group activities and social interactions through ethnographic fieldwork and participant-observation. Methodological strengths, limitations, and documenting field notes will be discussed.