Cheetah is now VitalLaw
Cheetah has been rebranded as VitalLaw. Still powered by Wolters Kluwer’s world-class analysis, this rebranded research platform continues to provide news, analysis, and legislation on Federal, State, and International Tax topics.
You can access VitalLaw from the Kresge Library A-Z Database page
Career Resource Sessions Fall 2021
Learn how to use the Kresge Library Services databases for class assignments and career preparation.
NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY. ALL Ross students are welcome!
Kresge Library Resources for Your Off-Campus Job Search
This session covers Vault Campus, Going Global, D&B Hoovers and Factiva/WSJ. Find company information for interviews and learn how to compile lists of companies to target. (Note: this session does not focus on job listings.)
Kresge Library - Service Interruption (Friday September 17th) & Public Desk Move
Kresge Library Services will be closed for in-person services on Friday, September 17th for the moving of the Kresge Learning Services and reference desk. The new location will be at K4511, on the left side down at the end of the hallway that flows from Blau Hall and the elevators. In person reference is expected to resume Monday, September 20 in the new location.
New Library Search Feature Now Available
The search functionality on the Kresge Library website has been updated to use the new UM Library Search service. The Library Search allows users to search across content from a wide variety of resources available to the entire campus, including resources that were available through the previous Kresge Library search feature.
When using the search boxes on the Kresge Library website, users will now be directed to the Library Search interface. From there, users will be able to access results from the UM Library Catalog, see articles related to their search, and find relevant databases and online journals, including those subscribed to by Kresge Library.
Sports Business Journal Now Available
Sports Business Journal is now available to the Ann Arbor campus. SBJ All-Access includes both the weekly and daily Sports Business Journal publications. University of Michigan users have full access to all the content (publications, podcasts, video, etc) on the Sports Business Journal website.
Users will need to sign up for a free online account to access the archives. SBJ All-Access is available from the Library's A-Z Database List.