Articles and Databases
ARTstor boasts more than one million digital images in the arts, architecture, humanities, and sciences. Collections include art, architecture, music, religion, anthropology, literature, world history, American Studies, Asian Studies, Classical Studies, Medieval Studies, Renaissance Studies, and more. First time users: You must be on campus when you create your account. Account expires after 120 days; you must be on campus to renew your account. Access to ARTstor was made possible thanks to a gift from the Stempel Foundation
arXiv is a free distribution service and an open-access archive for 1.8 million scholarly articles in the fields of physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and systems science, and economics.
Biographical information about American artists, as well as book and periodical references, along with international artists’ auction records and images.
The ASPR TRACIE Technical Resources domain includes two main components, the Resource Library and the Topic Collections. This domain is a compilation of resources from numerous contributors, including existing databases from the National Library of Medicine and other government agencies. It contains up-to-date disaster medical, healthcare system preparedness, and public health preparedness materials.
Audit Analytics provides detailed research on over 150,000 active audits and more than 10,000 accounting firms. The ten data modules in Audit + Compliance cover all SEC registrants and are used for market intelligence, due diligence, compliance monitoring, and trend analysis. The Corporate + Legal module is an integrated collection of databases focused on actions, disclosures, and correspondence by companies, advisors, regulators and investors on the topics of Securities Law Research, Due Diligence, Corporate Reporting, and Business Development.
Explore thousands of artifacts, from photographs and letters to journals and newspapers, spanning decades of Black women's political activism, discover key figures, meet our partners, and more.
Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) is a self-paced e-learning course that provides an interactive introduction to the financial markets. Use your Bryant email account to login. Unless your professor assigned a class code, you should not need to enter one. IMPORTANT NOTE: Students who are asked for their credit card information should contact Bloomberg directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to prevent an unnecessary charge.
Bloomberg Terminals provide detailed company profiles, including supply chain information, financial and industry news, and current and historical financial data. Bloomberg Terminals have remote access.
Use this video to set up remote terminal access - https://vimeo.com/454454320
Use this link to begin set up - https://portal.bloombergforeducation.com/register
Email Laura Kohl for Faculty Authorization for your Bloomberg account - Laura Kohl email@example.com
The BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully online first publication. The website is updated daily with original articles, podcasts, videos, and blogs and organised into four main content streams—research, education, news and views, and campaigns. In addition, the site is fully searchable, with an archive back to 1840 and numerous topic collections on clinical and non-clinical subjects.
This database offers full-text content and peer-reviewed business journals in all disciplines of business, including management, economics, finance, accounting, and international business. This database also includes country economic reports from the EIU, DRI-WEFA, ICON Group and CountryWatch, as well as detailed company profiles for the world's largest companies.
Here you'll find C-SPAN programs by frequently searched categories, a selection of most popular searches, some well-received "fast finds," and a look into the archive at the most popular programs (by online views) for each day of the year. To customize your search of the C-SPAN Video Library, please type a keyword, a name, the organization or congressional bill you're seeking, into the search box near the top of any page on C-SPAN.org.
Cabell's provides directory information on journal publishers and information about how to get papers and manuscripts published. Bryant's access to Cabell's Directories includes: Accounting, Economics and Finance, Management, Marketing, Psychology, and Psychiatry.
Calcbench uses the new government mandated data standard XBRL to tap directly into the SEC’s corporate financial data repository to access and analyze financial data, understand competitor financials, identify potential risk areas, and analyze trends across industry sectors. Access to Calcbench is provided by the Accounting department and Business Analytic Center. First Time Users: Sign up for your username and password using a valid bryant.edu email address.
The Amica Center for Career Education at Bryant University provides a variety of career resources, including CandidCareer.com, GoingGlobal, and InterviewStream.
The CAS Source Index (CASSI) Search Tool is an online resource intended to support researchers and librarians who need accurate bibliographic information. This resource can be used to quickly look up or confirm publication titles and abbreviations, as well as CODEN, ISBN, or ISSN codes. The CASSI database contains a listing of publications indexed by Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) since 1907.
Fact sheets, journal articles, and statistics related to public health and safety.
Checkpoint is a web-based tax research system available to Bryant students and faculty only. We subscribe to "The Federal Tax Library" (includes U.S. Tax Reporter, Federal Tax Coordinator 2d, RIA Citator 2d, Journal of Taxation, Journal of Corporate Taxation, Practical Tax Strategies, a complete case law library, tax alerts and more) as well as the "Accounting & Auditing" module (contains accounting standards and regulations and accounting and financial statements such as the Accounting and Auditing Disclosure Manual and the GAAP Practice Manual).
First Time Users or Renewals: http://cpreg.thomsonreuters.com/ Users must be on Bryant's campus the first time they create their account. The account will be accessible from anywhere after that. Accounts must be renewed on Bryant's campus each semester.
This site contains contains a link to a pdf of the Harvard Business School Citation Guide, which uses the Chicago Manual of Style to show footnotes and citations for annual reports, SEC filings, cases, databases, and many other business-related resources.
Examples of print and electronic source citations from the Chicago Manual of Style.
Examples of print and electronic source citations for Chicago Manual of Style from Purdue University.
The Chronicle of Higher Education has the nation’s largest newsroom dedicated to covering colleges and universities. The Chronicle contains real-time news and deep insights, plus tools and career opportunities in higher education.
This comprehensive research database provides full text for over 700 nursing and allied health journals indexed in the CINAHL database. Additional materials included in CINAHL Plus with Full Text include Evidence-Based Care Sheets and Quick Lessons which provide concise overviews of diseases and conditions and outline the most effective treatment options.
ClinicalKey is a point-of-care clinical information service for physicians and other healthcare professionals. It provides access to a unique combination of medical reference books, medical journals, drug information, and practice guidelines.
The Cochrane Library is an online collection of databases that bring together rigorous and up-to-date research on the effectiveness of healthcare treatments and interventions, as well as methodology and diagnostic tests.
This database offers full text and cover-to-cover indexing and abstracts for journals on communication, mass media, linguistics, sociolinguistics, communication theory, language, organizational communication, and other closely related fields of study. Many major journals have indexing, abstracts, PDFs, and searchable cited references from their first issues to the present (dating as far back as 1900). Funded in part by the Class of 2005.