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Archive for February, 2013

Try out Business Monitor International

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

BYU currently has trial access to Business Monitor International, a premier provider of global business intelligence. One of BMI’s strengths is country risk analysis. There is also daily news, macroeconomic forecasts, and coverage of 24 industry sectors for 175 nations. BMI does have some similarities to Euromonitor International’s Passport database, which we already have, but there are significant differences.

You can access our trial at www.businessmonitor.com/enter until March 11th. Please send feedback to Andy Spackman and help us evaluate this potential acquisition.

Your Sanctuary from Havoc

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Protect yourself from Havoc by escaping to the H.B.L.L.! The library has all the resources, you need to protect yourself from Havoc!

Watch the library’s new promotional video about the havoc of computer viruses here!

If computer viruses are not a problem I can bet your roommates girlfriend is. Unconvinced? Check out just how much havoc relationships can wreak here!

Still not convinced? Well what about your roommate that parties like a rock star? Just to show you how much Havoc they can wreak on your academics check out this video here; and find your safe haven at the library.

Love Your Library

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

This week is LOVE YOUR LIBRARY week in the HBLL! Visit the Love Your Library booth in the entrance of the Library to enter to win a free ipad Mini and proclaim why you love the library.

Also, on Thursday come visit the Tunnel of Love in the back hallway of level 2 (south side of Library Instruction) for a free t-shirt and sugar cookie!

Exploring the Global Financial Crisis

Friday, February 8th, 2013

It’s 2013 and we’re already looking to fresh starts and new beginnings – but if we do look back, whatever happened in 2008? What effect did it have on the world as we knew it and how might it impact our futures?

Described by Kenneth P. Thomas as “A compelling, wide-ranging analysis of the many facets of the financial crisis—its causes, its effect globally and regionally, and likely global scenarios for how it may develop further.” Exploring the Global Financial Crisis is a must read for anyone wanting to know the what, why and hows of the Financial Crisis of 2008.

Available in the Harold B. Lee library by clicking here!