Call Number: Read this online (McGraw-Hill eBook Library)
Publication Date: 2013
COVID-19 Update & Bloomberg Disaster Recovery
Due to the closure of the Library during the COVID-19 Pandemic, our Bloomberg Professional Terminals are not available for in person use. However, students have been given free access (until April 30, 2021) to the web-based version of the Bloomberg Market Concepts online training and certification modules. Please see the Bloomberg Market Concepts page of this guide for further details.
Bloomberg Disaster Recovery has been set up by the Goodman School of Business which will enable remote access to Bloomberg Terminals for faculty or students who require access for teaching or research purposes.
Bloomberg Disaster Recovery
Information for GSB Faculty:
The Goodman School of Business is pleased to announce that 12 Disaster Recovery (DR) Terminals are available for school use to mitigate the loss of the Bloomberg Lab while the school remains in Stage 3.
Access to the DR Terminals is available for both faculty and students needing terminal access to complete research or course work in the fall term with all request approvals being handled directly by the Associate Dean’s office.
Registration for the DR Terminal is handled through the Bloomberg for Education Portal https://portal.bloombergforeducation.com/ (the same site used for access to Bloomberg Market Concepts). Step by step instructions are attached.
An online booking calendar for the shared DR Terminals is now available.
This calendar booking system is for access to Brock University's Online Bloomberg Terminals.
To apply for access to the Bloomberg Terminal please submit a request to your Professor and have that request forwarded to the Goodman School of Buiness Dean's Office:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and copy email@example.com
Individual Terminal bookings can be for 1 or 2 hours
Bookings are limited to 4 hours maximum per day
Your booking can be cancelled by clicking the link in your confirmation email
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