1.ÿ Get research assistance from Baker Library’s Information Research Specialists.ÿ Make an appointment for one-on-one assistance with career or academic research by emailing email@example.com.
2. Use the Databases A-Z list of business and industry related databases.ÿ Browse by content type and subject.
* See Databases Top 10 Quick Links for a list of the most frequently used databases.
3.ÿ Get in lots of quiet study in the Baker Library | Bloomberg Center.ÿSee new schedule of quiet study hours.ÿ
4.ÿ Attend information sessions to learn more about resources useful for job searching and field studies.
5.ÿ Use Fast Answers to get answers to questions about Baker services and resources.ÿBrowse by topic or use the search bar.
6.ÿ Use Research Guides to learn about resources relevant for specific topics and industries.
7.ÿ Use the Hollis Catalog to explore the books, journals, databases, and other resources available via the Harvard Libraries (including Baker).
8.ÿ Use Harvard Libraries E-Resources to access resources overlapping with business topics, e.g. medicine, law, sociology, economics.
9.ÿ Visit Harvard Libraries to borrow books, movies, and other materials for research and for fun.
10. Need Information?ÿThink Baker Library. We’re here to help! Baker Library Information Services: 617.495.6040 /firstname.lastname@example.org/ Stamps Reading Room.