Hi Bryant Community! Are you working on an Industry Report, Marketing Report or looking for some opportunities in a growing market? The library subscribes to Mintel Oxygen, a marketing intelligence agency that’s a great resource for you.
Mintel is a large database that’s purchased and used in the professional workplace. Here at Bryant, we use it in an educational setting. You can start to master this product now and also impress your professors in final reports.
Who knew dental and oral care markets could have such exciting graphics?
As long as you have a Bryant username and password you can use it away from campus too! This database shows you executive summaries, analyst reports, infographics, predicted market growth, consumer behavior data, upcoming trends and industry & product overviews! (Can you tell how excited we are about this database?)
Yes! Even our food purchases at theme parks are carefully researched.
The Douglas & Judith Krupp Library now subscribes to the JSTOR Arts & Sciences III database. And just what is this, you may ask? Well, here’s what the fine folks at JSTOR have to say about it:
“Arts & Sciences III includes journals in languages and literature, as well as essential titles in the fields of music, film studies, folklore, performing arts, religion, and the history and study of art and architecture. There are 150 titles in this collection.”
Long story short, if your average Humanities faculty member, staff person, or student represents, well, humanity, and JSTOR represents Prometheus, then Arts & Sciences III is pretty much fire.
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Yes, fine, the metaphor is pretty labored. I never claimed to be Joseph Campbell. But I still say it’s apt. Anyway, check out Arts & Sciences III for yourself!