Kresge Library News: September 2010 Archives

September 30, 2010

Need help finding the Wall Street Journal?

We created a page on the Kresge Library Wiki that shows the different ways to get at content from the Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street Journal wiki page includes links to finding articles online, where is the print edition, and how to get historical WSJ articles.

September 24, 2010

Access to WRDS

Wharton Research Data Services (WRDS) has launched a new website and a new login process for accessing their wide assortment of financial, economic, and marketing data sources.

WRDS is available for all Ross users, and can be accessed from the A-Z Database page. To create an account, users must select their institution and account type, then provide their name, email, and desired username.

Detailed registration instructions for WRDS are available, and please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or problems about WRDS or any other Kresge Library resource.

September 20, 2010

Problems with Vault Online Career Library

We have received several reports of access problems with and missing emails from Vault Online Career Library.

If you have requested an account or a password reset using your email address and have not received a confirmation email, it is possible that these messages have been caught by the University's spam filter. You should still be able to log in to Vault with your email address; however if you are unable to do so, you can create another account using a different email address.

If you continue to have problems accessing Vault, please contact Nathan Rupp at

September 07, 2010

Time to Create Your Active Directory Login

Having trouble logging into the computers or the wireless? Ross Computing Services changed some of the login parameters for the Wireless and logging into the computers at Kresge.

Students should now use their Active Directory password instead of their Kerberos password. This is the same password that is used for the new RossWirelessSecure network.

For more information about the accounts, visit the Accounts page on DiscoverIT.