PitchBook

The Walker Management Library continues to offer access to PitchBook, a database for analyzing private equity, venture capital, and mergers & acquisitions across the private investment lifecycle.  Any Vanderbilt student, faculty, or staff member can create a PitchBook account with their Vanderbilt email address. Accounts will automatically reset each May. If you created an account… Keep reading

Owen Faculty Summer Reading Recommendations

Looking for some summer reading?  Owen professors have picked some of their favorite books and recent reads in both non-fiction and fiction. Some recommendations are available through the library as e-book or audio, like Michael Lapre’s recommendation Never Stop Learning: Stay Relevant, Reinvent Yourself, and Thrive, e-book and audiobook. For ‘fun to read’ suggestions, check out… Keep reading

No Quarantine on Information at Heard Libraries

Vanderbilt’s libraries never ramped down during the stay-at-home order. Indeed, they have been busier than ever, remotely providing resources and services.  Over the last few months, Vanderbilt has purchased hundreds of e-books and made connections to tens of thousands of new resources in every field. On May 26, a small group of library staff will… Keep reading

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Learning Microsoft Project with O’Reilly for Higher Education

Vanderbilt University Library is excited to share how our subscription to O’Reilly for Higher Education is being used by Vanderbilt students to learn new skills and software programs virtually. This is the final article in a three-part series of student-authored articles. Nairah Moustafa, an undergraduate student (’22) majoring in biomedical engineering, discusses her experience using… Keep reading

E-Book Review: Work Without Stress: Building a Resilient Mindset for Lasting Success

Vanderbilt University Library is excited to share how our subscription to O’Reilly for Higher Education is being used by Vanderbilt students to learn new skills and software programs virtually. This is the second article in a three-part series of student-authored articles. Jonas Accam, an undergraduate student (’23) majoring in pre-medical studies, discusses his experience using… Keep reading

Documenting the pandemic: Heard Libraries launch COVID-19 Archive

If you’re a Vanderbilt student, 2020 graduate or faculty or staff member, the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries invite you to document your experience of the COVID-19 pandemic for historians and future generations. Keep reading…

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Sign-up for Bloomberg Market Concepts Extended Through August!

Available remotely to Vanderbilt Students for a limited time, Bloomberg Market Concepts is a self-paced electronic course that provides learners with an introduction to the core concepts underpinning the information available via Bloomberg Terminals. Core Concepts includes four modules: Economic Indicators, Currencies, Fixed Income, and Equities. Also included are sections on Getting Started on the… Keep reading

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Learning Tableau with O’Reilly for Higher Education: A Student’s Perspective

Vanderbilt University Library is excited to share how our subscription to O’Reilly for Higher Education is being used by Vanderbilt students to learn new skills and software programs virtually. This is the first in a three-part series of student-authored articles. Aleena Rahman, a master of finance student graduating this month, discusses her experience using O’Reilly… Keep reading

Harvard Business Review E-Book Subscription Collection: Enhanced Access

EBSCO, one of the top providers of academic databases and e-books, has partnered with Harvard Business Review Press to offer unlimited access to the Harvard Business Review E-Book Subscription Collection for a limited time. This access is part of a widespread initiative to help libraries support remote learning during the COVID-19 crisis.  Included in this… Keep reading