Last year we licensed access to the Legal and Government Information Database HeinOnline. This database has many legal journals aka periodicals, as well as historical government information. And while you’re working on your research, remember that you can Ask-a-Librarian for assistance if you need help.
Are you interested in examining selected previously classified government documents? The Declassified Documents Reference System provides access to more than 116,000 declassified documents comprising over 750,00 pages of material from 1945-2006, filling an important gap in post World War II domestic and foreign policy studies. Take a look today!
The Internet Archive and Open Library offers more than 6,000,000 fully accessible public domain eBooks. There is a modern collection of over 500,000 eBooks for users with print disabilities, as well as a specially selected modern collection for the world at large. You can browse, read, and borrow fascinating contemporary materials at OpenLibrary.org.
Are you at a dead end in your research and need help finding sources? Or have you found a citation that you need help accessing? Chat with a Research and Instruction Librarian to get assistance with these and other questions related to succeeding in research. Librarians are also available via email, phone and in-person at the reference desk on the 1st floor of the UAA/APU Consortium Library.