Bloomberg Market Concepts Limited-Time Free Sign-Up & Lifetime Access

Available remotely to Vanderbilt Students, Bloomberg Market Concepts is a self-paced electronic course that gives learners an introduction to the financial markets and the information accessible on the Bloomberg Terminals. Bloomberg is also now offering lifetime access to BMC for any VU student or alum who has previously completed the course, as well as access… Keep reading

Bloomberg Market Concepts Limited-Time Free Sign-Up & Lifetime Access

New feature broadens Libraries’ Scan and Deliver service

The libraries are pleased to introduce a new button to “request chapter/article scan” found in the bibliographic record for any user logged into their library account. (Please see screen shot below) When selected, the button sends you to the “Article/Book Chapter Request” form. Initially rolled out to faculty, it is now available to all members… Keep reading

Library materials quarantined for safety

Vanderbilt’s libraries are following university protocols, CDC guidelines, and recommendations from the international library community in the safe handling of library materials during the COVID-19 pandemic. All circulating materials and items in Special Collections are quarantined for at least 72 hours before they can be re-used. Your health and safety is the library’s highest priority when you check… Keep reading

Browse our Virtual Magazine Rack, featuring Flipster

Did you know you can browse the Management Library’s selection of periodicals remotely? We have created a Virtual Magazine Rack that replicates the selections you can find in the Management Library including Forbes, Fortune, Fast Company, and others that don’t even begin with the letter ‘F!’  While Flipster is no longer offering free expanded access, the Libraries have expanded our access to include Forbes, Inc., and other popular periodicals. Our Virtual Magazine Rack reproduces what you would find in the Walker Management… Keep reading

Virtual Magazine Rack

Reminder of Library Due Dates

At the end of last semester the library extended item due dates to September 4th. If you have graduated or are not on campus, you have some options to return these items: Book Drop: If you are in Nashville, you may return items to a campus book drop. Shipping Items: If you are not in… Keep reading

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Connect with the Walker Management Library

The Management Library is continuing to provide library services, along with even more ways to connect with us: Virtual office hours: Monday–Friday, 3:30 p.m.–5:00 p.m. Ask us for the link. Live chat with librarians: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m. Library consultations are available via Skype or Zoom. Email us at ManagementLibrary@vanderbilt.edu to set up a consultation… Keep reading

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