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Worried about the Stock Market’s Recent Downturn?

UTC Library has two resources that provide helpful insight and analysis on specific publicly traded stocks. Standard and Poors’ Net Advantage Type the name of a company in the search box at the top. Then select the correct company name. On the left margin look for the “Research” header and click on “S&P equity research.” Once on the results page, click on the PDF icon to the far right

Prepare for Graduate School Exams!

Taking a graduate school admissions test sometime soon? The UTC Library can help you get ready!   Testing and Education Reference Center contains preparation materials for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT and Miller Analogies Test. It includes practice tests, ebooks on mastering the tests, tips and strategies, and more! It’s all located under the “Grad School Tools” tab. You’ll have to create a free account in order to access

Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage gets even better with Capital IQ

The S&P NetAdvantage resource has become even more powerful with expanded content from S&P Capital IQ’s leading financial data and independent analysis. View this updated resource now by clicking here. (The direct link to access NetAdvantage is http://proxy.lib.utc.edu/login?url=http://na.capitaliq.com/ip/CHATT) Check out this PDF to see step-by-step directions for finding this exciting data in the new interface, and if you ever have any questions, please contact the library. This new generation of NetAdvantage is built on

Update: FIXED! Re: Unexpected Database Outage – GALE

All Gale databases are back to working normally again. Thanks for your patience! Previous post: Unexpectedly this morning (11/12/14), Gale databases to which the UTC Library subscribes are unavailable. We have alerted the database team that this is happening, and they are working to fix it as quickly as possible. Please be patient while the work is being completed. In the meantime, please contact the Library if you need help finding

Scheduled Maintenance – October 14

On October 14 from 10:00am – 12:00pm noon, an online tool that UTC uses to make accessing full-text articles easier will be temporarily down. You may experience difficulties accessing articles using the “Get It” function through the UTC Library catalog. Instead of using the “Get It” link, please search for your citation directly using the UTC Library databases. If you would like any assistance, please contact the library in

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