Is your new year’s resolution staying up to date on the financial news?

Sign up for your free access as a GBS student, faculty member or staff to the WSJ.com and FT.com. Go to the links below for details on how to set your access up! Wall Street Journal/WSJ.com – E-version of today’s U.S. edition of the WSJ, including all articles and financial/market data. (For earlier issues of the…

What is your new year’s resolution?

Is getting Bloomberg or Factset certified on your “to do” list for 2015?  This is definitely something you might want to add to your resume for those interested in careers in the financial sector. For more information see these links: Bloomberg Essentials Certification – An online training program to help you get familiar with core…

Investment Banking Interview?

Check out the resource recommendations on our Finance and Investment Banking Careers Guide, including tips for researching league tables, industry trends, and more. Download the Technical Questions Interview Guide from Wall Street Oasis to prepare for the interview, and don’t forget to register for the enhanced content from Wall Street Oasis, as featured in the NY Times with…

New Company Rankings for the New Year! ATL Book of Lists 2015.

The 2015 Edition of the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Book of Lists is now available to download. It includes updates to favorite rankings – Largest Public and Private Firms, Best Places to Work, Fastest Growing Private Companies, Fastest-Growing Accounting Firms, Advertising and Marketing Firms, and many more. There are also many new rankings – such as…

Accessing a database on Campus? Emory NetID required after Jan 12.

Next time you access a library research database on-campus, you’ll be prompted to enter your Emory NetID and password, just as you currently are prompted to do so off-campus. This aligns the library’s authentication system for accessing e-books, e-journals, databases with the same system used to access other Emory resources, such as OPUS and Blackboard….

Your librarians are here over winter break

Working on an independent study project or prepping for your spring interviews?  Your librarians are here to help you! Heads up, the building closes at 6PM, so check our hours before you stop by. If you’re out of town and working remotely, Ask a Librarian online, and we’ll be happy to send you some e-suggestions.  …

Watch a movie – DVDs for winter break

DVDs are available for one-week loan from the 4th floor of Woodruff Library. To see what’s available, go to http://web.library.emory.edu/ and search for the movie you want.  Once you have identified the film you’re interested in, be sure to note the “Marian K. Heilbrun Music Media DVD-Lend” number to use to locate it.

Fun fiction: eBooks for winter break

Ready to read something different from your textbook? Download a fun eBook to your iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle, or other favorite mobile device. Choose from mysteries, mythology, romance, sci-fi,  biographies, politics, and even a few business best sellers. Browse the titles at overdrive.emory.edu from your computer, or download the free Overdrive app, and add Emory…

23 BBAs Complete Inaugural Online Class

      BBAs have busy schedules with varsity sports, club activities and internships. Lee Pasackow, BBA librarian, wanted to make it easier for students to attend Business Essentials, a series of classes to sharpen BBA research skills. Applying Market Research was the first Blackboard class where students had two weeks to complete five online…

It’s not your father’s catalog

Discovere has just become a whole lot friendlier and effective. Try out some of its newest search features: Newly Acquired: A Newly Acquired facet under Refine Search Results, Show Only lets you limit your results to items acquired by the library within the last 60 days. Virtual browse: A new tab in the record view lets you browse the physical shelves,…