EBSCO, in cooperation with the John Carter Brown Library, is proud to offer European Views of the Americas: 1493 to 1750, a free authoritative bibliography that is well-known and respected by scholars worldwide. The database contains more than 32,000 entries and is a comprehensive guide to printed records about the Americas written in Europe before 1750. It covers the history of European exploration as well as portrayals of Native American peoples
The John Carter Brown Library, founded in 1846, is a foremost repository of rare books and materials and is a center for advanced research in history and the humanities.
Take a look at this unique historical resource available to the UAA/APU Consortium Library Community today!
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!
Exactly 100 years ago today, the Battle of Tannenberg (August 26 – August 30, 1914) began, marking the first great clash between the armies of Imperial Germany and Tsarist Russia.
The First World War, whose centennial we mark this year, was a series of cataclysmic events which continue to shape the world we live in today.
If you are interested in finding out more concerning the causes and consequences of the calamitous events of 1914-1918, your Consortium Library has the resources and skilled researchers to assist you.
Contact a reference librarian and get started.
All of the librarians on staff at the Consortium Library can assist you in researching topics across the academic and vocational spectrum. To find a list of librarians by discipline or subject specialty, click on the link provided, and schedule a research consultation.
For those of you still looking for unique content from Library Research tools, take a look at these!
The Times (London) Digital Archives – allows you to browse the pages of this historic newspaper from 1785 to 2008.
National Geographic Virtual Library – Search the pages of this acclaimed Geographic publication back to 1888.
Take time to explore what is available to you at the Consortium Library today.
Don’t overlook ARLIS – The Alaska Resources Library & Information Services, if you are interested in Alaska Natural/Cultural resources.
Here you will find resources on topics such as:
Oil & Gas exploration
Fisheries & Game management
Climate Change in the Circumpolar North
Alaska Minerals & Mining (including Pebble)
Alaska and Northern Geology
Public Lands and National Parks
Wildlife habitat & Conservation in the Far North
etc., etc., etc.
Visit ARLIS – located on the ground floor in the Consortium Library, OR at www.arlis.org
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HELP IS HERE . . . . . . .
1 Go to the Consortium Library Web Site (http:www.consortiumlibrary.org)
2 Click on “RESEARCH HELP” (top of lower left box)
3 Click on “More Resources” (lower right of page)
4 Click on “Subject Liaison Librarians”
5 Choose from the alphabetized “Program Name” list (for example: history or music)
6 Contact the librarian/RESEARCH consultant, and schedule an appointment