Data & Statistics
Business Source Complete
(some from 1886-present; updated daily; much full-text; tutorials
; RefWorks help
) provides indexing and abstracts for the most
important scholarly business journals. It contains far more peer-reviewed, business-related journals than any
other database currently available. It contains searchable cited references for 1,200 journals and 20,000 detailed
author profiles. It covers all subject areas related to business, including management, marketing, economics,
finance, accounting, and international business. Additional full text, non-journal content includes financial
data, books, major reference works, book digests, conference proceedings, case studies, investment research
reports, product reviews, industry profiles (Datamonitor reports), market research reports,
company profiles (including Life Science Analytics (LSA) company profiles from the MedTRACK database),
and SWOT analyses. This database also includes 55 digital videos from the Harvard Business School Faculty Seminar Series. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by EBSCO Publishing.
(all full-text), formerly FIS Online, includes EDGAR documents,
financial reports, industry reports by country, country profiles, company news and Moody's securities data. Industry reports include Asia Pacific, Europe and Latin American countries as well as those in North America. Each country's industry report includes a sector overview, leading companies, market outlook, sector performance, and mergers and acquisitions. Advanced searching permits users to target US, international, or private companies. It provides the ability to export company
reports and financial data into Microsoft Excel, to search across multiple databases on different
variables, and to compare reports of multiple companies. It is produced by and the user
interface is provided by Mergent.
(campus only database; all full-text; tutorials for industry ratios
Compustat, provides financial, statistical, and market data for U.S. and Canadian companies,
business segments, geographic areas, and industry composites. It only includes information for
publicly traded companies, both current and historical. It porvides 10 years of daily stock price data. Data can be exported and imported into MS Excel and is compatible with MS Vista & Office 2007. Produced by and the user interface provided by Standard & Poors. Users can access from any computer workstation (except laptops) in the library or in academic computing labs by clicking START | All Programs | Library Campus Databases.
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Value Line Research Center
(updated weekly; all full-text) includes access to
leading investment publications covering stocks, mutual funds, daily options and convertible securities as well
as special situation stocks. It contains ratings and reports on 1,700 companies and more than
90 industries, including stock rankings, screens, statistics, and the latest economic and market
forecasts. It is produced by and the user interface is provided by Value Line. To begin click the link in the sentence, To continue and log in, please click here. This subscription is limited to 6 simultaneous users.
Educational Films & Documentaries
; formerly the Digital Video Collection) is part of OhioLINK's Digital Resource Commons and contains
1,976 full-length educational films and documentaries covering a wide variety of subjects. The collection currently includes videos from two distributors: Ambrose Video and Films for the Humanities & Sciences. For PC users Real Media Alternative
is required to view videos; for MAC users Real Media Player
is required to view videos. It is compiled by and the user interface
is provided by OhioLINK.
Films on Demand
) contains more than 5,500 educational films and 60,000 film segments that are available online in streaming video format. The videos cover a broad range of topics including art, business, social sciences, education, health, medicine, history, physical sciences, philosophy, religion, performing arts, English, language arts, geography, and psychology. Special collections represented include ABC, CBC, CNBC, NOVA, PBS, TED, NBC, BBC, Nightline, Scientific American Frontiers, Meridian, National Geographic, Frontline, National History Channel, American Experience, and more. Also included are archival films and newsreels. Each film has a description, a list of the film's segments with a brief description and links to the exact location in the film, a transcript which can be printed, links to related films in the collection, the ability to email and embed the video, and how to cite the video in MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles. The entire film as well as the film's individual segments have stable links that can be embedded in course management systems such as Blackboard. Users can search by title or segment or browse by subject or special collection. Users need to create an account to make playlists and set favorites. It is compiled by and the user interface
is provided by Films Media Group.
XPLORE Library Catalog
(tips & tricks
; video tutorials
) is Xavier library's online public
access catalog. It includes all of the library's books, journals, audiovisuals, and microform materials. Search XPLORE
by keyword, author, title and Library of Congress subject heading. If you don't find what you need,
request it online (printable instructions
; video tutorial
, the combined library catalog of 88 college, university, public, and state libraries
To find digital, streaming, DVD, and FHS videos in XPLORE, limit your search results to the Record Type, Proj. Medium (example), or click the links below: