Business Source Complete now includes a business video collection with 55 videos from the Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series. The series features engaging video lectures from renowned professors and experts at the Harvard Business School. All lectures are captured from executive education programs, and offer groundbreaking ideas, insightful research, and practical advice on management issues. The videos contain a table of content allowing the selection of a specific topic. Most lectures provide a transcript in PDF format. To see the videos, go into Business Source Complete, and...Continue reading "Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series videos now available"...
LexisNexis online products (including LexisNexis Academic) will be unavailable starting October 31 at 9:00 p.m. until November 01, 2009 at 5:00 a.m. due to scheduled maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The BNA Tax and Accounting Center used to be available only on the selected resource computers in the Business Library. It is now available remotely. See http://ezproxy.msu.edu:2047/login?url=http://taxandaccounting.bna.com/btac/.
The Tax and Accounting Center offers practitioners a comprehensive array of analysis, news, primary sources, and practice tools covering federal and international tax issues. We have access to the U.S. Income portfolios, Foreign Income portfolios, and Estates, Gifts and Trusts portfolios. The U.S. Income portfolios covers federal income tax planning and...Continue reading "BNA Tax and Accounting Center now available remotely"...
Mishra B.K. Disease management in freshwater pisciculture. Udaipur, India : Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2007. Call Number: SH 171 .D555 2007
Committee on the St. Lawrence Seaway. Great Lakes shipping, trade, and aquatic invasive species. Washington, D.C. : Transportation Research Board, 2008. Call Number: TE 1 .N457 no.291
National Research Council. Fulfilling the promise : biology education in the nation's schools. Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, 1990. Call Number: QH319.A1 N38 1990 c.2
The Business Library has acquired a new database called Mergent EventsData. (See http://ezproxy.msu.edu:2047/login?url=http://www.eventsdata.com.) It replaces a number of our print titles including Mergent Dividend Record, Mergent Unit Investment Trusts, Mergent Bond Record. Mergent EventsData provides information on stock-splits, mergers, tender offers, partial/full calls, name changes, etc. EventsData message feeds enable users to capture and analyze breaking business developments as they occur. EventsData consists of five modules: corporate actions, corporate dividends, fixed income,...Continue reading "New Database - Mergent EventsData"...
WRDS Scheduled Downtime — Tuesday, September 29, 2009.
The WRDS server will be undergoing scheduled maintenance from 12:00pm-8:00pm ET on Tuesday, September 29, 2009.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
During this period, the WRDS website will be unavailable. However, access will remain for those users accessing WRDS through UNIX and PC SAS Connect. Interactive queries during this period should continue to run unaffected.
WRDS will be adding additional network hardware to expand capacity.
As a result of this upgrade to the new WRDS website (http://...Continue reading "WRDS Scheduled Downtime - Tuesday, September 29, 2009"...
Ngyuyen Anh Duc. Salt intrusion tides and mixing in multi-channel estuaries. Leiden : Taylor & Francis/Balkema, c2008. Call Number: GB 1197.8 .N58 2008
Fernandez,M.D., Tarazona, J.V. Complementary approaches for using ecotoxicity data in soil pollution evaluation. New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2009 Call Number: TD 878 .F47 2009
Field Crops Team. On farm research and demonstration - January 2009. Michigan State University Extension : Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, Michigan State University, c2008. Call Number: S 540 .F5 F54 2008.
After an 18-month visit to the Etherington Conservation Lab, our 1849 map of the United States and Mexico is back and up for viewing.
A library exhibit "The California Gold Rush" depicts numerous resources available through MSU libraries that document the Gold Rush and participation by Michigan residents. From the September 1848 New York Herald article to recent scholarly books, many library resources are now purchased and delivered to library users over the Internet. MSU Libraries also owns numerous published diaries and biographies of western travellers in book format, as journal...Continue reading "1849 map on display in Main Library through October"...
As we look forward to another busy and exciting fall semester, here are important updates to keep in mind from the Business Library:
We Have New Doors!
Thanks to collaborative efforts from the College of Business, Libraries, and Physical Plant, the Business Library now has doors with secure keycard access. This will help prevent theft of materials and safety issues.
Regular hours begin Friday, September 11. See http://www2.lib.msu.edu/branches/bus/hours.jsp for more details.
Collaborative Technology Lab Now Open!
In the coming week, Passport GMID will be launching a new enhancement. MyPages is a new feature enabling you, as a user, to customize these pages with the content you use most frequently for your day to day research. With this new enhancement you now have the ability to:
Create your own customised email alert - By selecting the categories and geographies you are interested in, you will receive an e-alert keeping you up to date with the latest developments.
Sign up to GMID's RSS News feed - Receive timely updates on new content viewable via iGoogle, Outlook etc. from your... Continue reading "Passport GMID - New Enhancement Coming Soon"...