Baker Library. Something for Everyone.

Harvard Business School’s library is welcoming the class of 2011 with an Open House on September 9, 2009 from 2-4:30pm in the Baker Library Bloomberg Center. Tours will run continually providing students the opportunity to meet information research specialists and find out about services and resources available for academic and career research. The earlier you learn what’s available, the faster you can get up to speed before deadlines hit.

Harvard offers a vast array of information resources online, on the Web and in print. However, sometimes it’s not clear how to find the information you need. For a more detailed overview of resources useful for specific tasks, interactive sessions will be offered for ECs and RCs to head you in the right direction. No RSVP required. Questions about these presentations? Please email

Bloomberg – Getting Started
(Representative from Bloomberg presenting) Thurs. 9/17 3-4pm & repeated 4pm, Hawes 202
A review of basic Bloomberg functions and content.

Bloomberg – Introduction to API
(Using Excel) (Representative from Bloomberg presenting)
Tues. 9/29 3-4pm, Hawes 201
A review of Excel for bulk data gathering in Bloomberg. (Assumes some familiarity with Bloomberg.)

Leveraging Baker Resources to Support Your Field Study Research
(Meghan Dolan presenting)
Wed. 9/30 3-4pm, Hawes 202 & repeated Mon. 10/5 3-4pm, Hawes 201
This session primarily supports the needs of EC students. Get practical information to assist with EC Field Study research, individual research, and course projects.
Will include coverage of resources for information on industries, companies, exploring research topics, finding data and identifying contacts.

Leveraging Baker Resources for your Job Search
(Meghan Dolan presenting)
Wed. 10/14, Hawes 201 & repeated Wed. 10/21 3-4pm, Hawes 202
Come to this presentation to learn about resources available at Baker for doing career exploration research as well as interview preparation.

Leveraging Baker Resources for a Job Search in Finance
(Cynthia Churchwell presenting)
Thurs. 10/15 4:15-5:15pm & repeated Mon. 10/19 3-4pm, Hawes 201
Learn about the resources available at Baker for doing career research and keeping up to date on the financial sector. (Session will include a demo of Capital IQ and Thomson One Banker.)
Will include where to find league tables, rankings and investment research.

Bloomberg – Equity Idea Generation
(Representative from Bloomberg presenting)
Tues. 10/20 3-4pm, Hawes 201
A review of performing equity analysis in Bloomberg.
Will include identifying stocks affecting the market, analyzing indexes worldwide and creating league tables

Leveraging Baker Resources for a Job Search in Venture Capital and Private Equity
(Emilie Codega presenting)
Wed. 11/4 3-4pm, Hawes 201
A review of resources for career research and to keep current on events in the private equity and venture capital sector. (Session will include a demo of Capital IQ and Thomson One Banker.)

Bloomberg – Fixed Income Idea Generation Target
(Representative from Bloomberg presenting)
Thurs. 11/12 3-4pm, Hawes 202
A review of performing fixed income analysis in Bloomberg including information on hedging, swaps and yield curves.

September 8, 2009
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