William & Mary’s McLeod Business Library was recently named one of the 30 Most Impressive University Business School Libraries for 2014, as ranked by Business Research Guide.
McLeod Library is one of only two Virginia academic libraries to land on the list, coming in at number six. The University of Virginia’s Camp Library ranked 30th.
Libraries were selected based on the size and variety of collection materials, additional library services tailored for business students and researchers, the reputation of the university’s business school, and special features such as public access and accessibility.
McLeod Library serves the students, faculty and staff of the College’s Mason School of Business. The library provides research consultations, instruction and group workshops. The resources available at McLeod include a selected reference collection, a preferred periodicals section and business reference materials in print and electronic format. There are laptop workstations with wireless connectivity and a training room equipped with monitors and projector screen. Patrons have access to over 32 databases and two Bloomberg terminals. Additional business-research databases are provided through the College’s main library, Earl Gregg Swem Library.
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