Datastream Sessions

The David Lam Library is hosting two Datastream training sessions on Thursday September 22nd in room DL 125:

 10:00a.m.-11:00 a.m. (Beginners)
2:00p.m.-4:00p.m. (Advanced)

Datastream is an international and interdisciplinary database of business and economic time series, used by academics and journalists to find current and historical data in the areas of business, economics, finance, engineering, manufacturing, and land and food systems. 

If you are interested, please email to confirm your attendance.

Both sessions will be taught by Annie Xu, Senior Investment Management Specialist from Thomson Reuters and graduate of Sauder’s BCOMM program.  Annie has provided training and instruction to various universities and organizations, including University of Toronto, University of California LA, Ryerson University, Coastal Carolina University, Laurier University, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, TD, Royal Bank, Teacher Retirement System of Texas, Templeton Franklin and various asset management firms.

Faculty, staff and graduate students are invited to attend either or both sessions. 

If you have areas in which you are specifically interested or any Datastream related questions you would like to have addressed during the sessions, please contact, so she can customize her sessions further.

Datastream is currently available on standalone machines in CLC 222 (the PC Lab in the David Lam Library), the Humanities and Social Sciences Division of Koerner Library, and the PhD lab.

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