The Business Library staff is looking forward to seeing all returning students, staff and faculty and meeting all the new faces that will be joining the Haskayne “family” this fall.
The Library offers many resources and services to support students, staff and faculty in course work, assignments, research and more.
Where is the Business Library?
– located on the 3rd floor of Scurfield Hall (across from the Dean’s office) (SH301)
What are the Library hours?
– Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 8:00 pm
– Friday: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
– Saturday, Sunday: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
How to contact the Business Library
– visit us in person
– phone: 403-220-6113
– email: email@example.com
– chat live with a librarian using instant messaging
– Reserve collection – instructors place course readings and textbooks on reserve in the Library. This material may be borrowed for use in the Library
– Books, magazines, journals, newspapers – the library has an excellent collection of current print material on all aspects of the business and management fields
– Computers – the library has 14 public access computers. Laptops may be borrowed for use in the library. All computers are connected to a network printer located in the Library. Wireless printing is also available.
– Recharging stations for phones, tablets and laptops
– Quiet study space
– Group study space
– Reference service – knowledgeable library staff is happy to help students, staff and faculty find information resources to support coursework, assignments, research etc. Visit the library in person, phone (403-220-6113), send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or chat live with a librarian using instant messaging
– Research databases – there are over 60 research databases specific to the business subject area. Use these databases to find journal articles, data, reports, financial information, market research and much more.
– Research Guides – the library has created research guides specific to business topics, courses and class projects – a great place to start your research!
– specialized databases – special business databases like Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters Eikon, Capital IQ, Datastream, WRDS etc.