Need Information? Think Baker Library!

The world of business information is at your fingertips 24/7. ÿHarvard Libraries offer access to a vast array of information resources online, on the Web and in print.ÿ However, sometimes it’s not easy to find and evaluate the information you need.ÿ ÿ

Whether you’re new or just need a refresher – Baker Library Services offers multiple ways to give you a head-start on learning about the people, services, and resources available for your career, field study, project, business planning, and personal research needs.

Attend the MBA Open House
Wednesday, September 8th, 12:30pm – 5:00pm
Thursday, September 9th, 12:30pm – 5:00pm
Baker Library, Bloomberg Center

Drop in any time for a self-guided tour and stay as long as you like. Meet our knowledgeable and friendly staff and learn about services and resources that will contribute to your success in the MBA Program and beyond.

Attend Information Sessions
These interactive sessions for RCs and ECs can increase your knowledge of pertinent resources and effective searching.ÿ No RSVP is required.ÿ

Leveraging Baker Resources to Support Your Field Study Research
(Meghan Dolan presenting)
Mon. 10/4 3-4pm Aldrich 209 & repeated Wed. 10/6 3-4pm Hawes 203

Focuses on EC student needs.ÿ Get practical information to assist with EC Field Study research, individual research, and course projects.
Sessions include resources for information on industries, companies, exploring research topics, finding data, and identifying contacts.

Leveraging Baker Resources for your Job Search
(Mallory Stark presenting)
Thurs. 10/7 3-4pm Hawes 202 & repeated Mon. 10/25 3-4pm Aldrich 209

Learn about resources available for doing career exploration research and interview preparation.

Leveraging Baker Resources for a Job Search in Finance
(Cynthia Churchwell presenting)
Tues. 10/12 3-4pm Aldrich 209 & repeated Wed. 11/3 3-4pm Aldrich 209

Learn about resources for doing career research and keeping up to date on the financial sector.ÿ (Session will include a demo of Capital IQ and Thomson One Banker.)

Sessions include where to find league tables, rankings and investment research.

Leveraging Baker Resources for a Job Search in Venture Capital and Private Equity
(Emilie Codega presenting)
Tues. 10/26 3-4pm Aldrich 209 & repeated Wed. 10/27 3-4pm Aldrich 209

Learn about resources for career research and how to keep current on events in the private equity and venture capital sector.ÿ

Sessions include a demo of Capital IQ and Thomson One Banker.

Bloomberg Academic and Bloomberg Professional
Self-guided training is available at Bloomberg terminals.ÿ Training at Bloomberg offices is also available.ÿ For more details and to sign up for events and seminars, log into a Bloomberg terminal and type BU then hit GO.ÿ See also Baker Library’s Fast Answer for “How can I get help using Bloomberg?” //www/ -bin/faq/. )

Unable to attend a presentation?
Slides will be posted after the sessions. For updates check the Information Sessions Schedule, //

Contact Baker Library Information Services for Assistance
To ask questions, get research assistance, or have personalized one-on-one or group training addressing your specific needs contact us at Reading Room.ÿ

To meet with a librarian, schedule a career/research consultation, //

Visit Baker Library
Evening and weekend hours are available for information services, including consultations, and quiet study hours.
See the complete schedule at Baker Library | Bloomberg Center Web site, //