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Get a hold of help anywhere any way you can, now in the library! Text, call, email, and chat your way through a successful researching session. Ask A Librarian is makes it easy to ask a quick question or get more in depth help for your scholarly needs.
The library has created a glorious HD Movie Viewing Room. Well, I would call it a movie theater but we will go with “Viewing Room”. To go along with the “Viewing Room”, the library has released a pretty funny informational commercial. To view it, Click on the image.
Were you ever curious about what the market for a product looked like in a certain area? Or have you been curious about the demographics of a specific area?
Business Analyst Online allows you to select very specific areas and view reports on that specific area. Some of the reports include Financial Investments Market Potential, Medical Expenditures, and Demographics and Income Profile to name a few reports.
To start, you must go to the ESRI BAO database (click the link) and create a profile. Once you do that you are good to go! Have fun exploring!
Does 10.1″ of pure entertainment on a HD tablet give you a better life? If you think it would, enter OECD’s Better Life Initiative contest. To bring awareness to the OECD’s Better Life index, OECD is giving away a tablet.
Enter the contest and learn more about the Better Life Index by clicking here!
The steps are as follows.
1.) Like the Facebook page
2.) Create a Better Life Index on the Facebook page
3.) Submit your BLI photo by August 28th
After you enter the contest, don’t forget to check out the OECD Database or any other Economics Resources at BYU here!
On June 25th 2013, The Harold B. Lee Library received full, unlimited access to OECD publications and data. This data will be available immediately. This subscription includes all OECD books, papers and datasets. OECD iLibrary spans content from economics, education, energy, health, trade, environment, agriculture, development, and more. This has been requested by faculty and students for a number of years and we’re thrilled to be able to make it happen. Here is the link to OECD.
We anticipate this will be an invaluable tool both for faculty research and student coursework. If you are interested in training or in-class demonstrations please let us know.