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Guide to MRI University Reporter

Below are two PDF handouts from GfK Mediamark Research & Intelligence with guidance on how to explore MRI data and how to interpret results seen in the MRI "University Reporter" interface:

NOTE: Additional sources for demographic data may be found on the "Data & Demographics" tab (on the left sidebar) of the Business Information Guide.

Your Librarian

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Stephanie JH McReynolds
The following drop-in office hours will be held during the fall 2018 semester.

You are welcome to use the "Schedule Appointment" button to make an appointment during these drop-in hours. However, making an appointment during these office hours is not required. You are still welcome to drop by during these drop in hours. There is just a chance that (if you have not made an appointment) I may not be available when you happen to drop by because I may already be meeting with someone.

I also have some additional limited appointment availability outside of regular drop-in hours. If you want to meet with me outside of these drop-in hours, please use the "Schedule Appointment" button to make an appointment.

Any drop-in office hours cancellations will be noted below, as well as on the "Schedule Appointment" calendar.

Regular Drop-in Office Hours:

1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Whitman, at a table in the hallway of the second floor.

2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Bird Library, Blackstone LaunchPad (on the first floor)

10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Noon)
Whitman, Falcone Center / Couri Hatchery (room 116)

Phone: 315.443.9524
(Please note that I am not able to reply to email or phone calls immediately.)

If you need immediate assistance from a library staff person (especially if it is after "business hours") consider using SU Libraries' "Ask Us!" options (which include a 24/7 chat service):

Web Resources

Remember, all information resources are NOT created equal. It is up to you to critically evaluate all of the Internet based resources you use for your projects. See Guide to Evaluating Sources to assist you in judging the quality of the information you find while conducting your research.