WWW Virtual Library of Archaeology
Organizes links to archaeological resources by regional views, topical selections,
research resources, and organizations. Hosted and maintained by the Archaeological
A Library of Congress Internet resource page that organizes links to collections
in Anthropology, Ethnomusicology, Folklore, and Folklife.
Source Elite (Off-campus
Provides full-text coverage for nearly 1,000 business publications including
scholarly journals and company profiles.
Jones Indexes Current
and historical information
about the Dow Jones Indexes
Utility, and Bond.)
subscription service that
provides fund and stock
analysis. Free content
includes background information,
ratings, performance, and
S & P
and anything you what to
know about the Standard
and Poor's Index.
Education Resource Information Center is a massive educational resource containing
over 1.4 million records and links to more than 337,000 full-text documents.
(Accessed through EBSCO Host)
Development Collection (Off-campus
Designed for professional educators, providing a highly specialized collection
of nearly 520 high quality education journals, including more than 350 peer-reviewed
titles. This database also contains more than 200 educational reports.
millions of Web pages from federal and state
governments, tribal governments, and U.S.
territories. A-Z agency listing.
Access The U.S. Department
of Printing Office's website that offers
free access to official publications by U.S.
federal government agencies. Use the A-Z
listing to locate the Budget, Congressional
Directory, Federal Register,
is a civic project used for
tracking legislation, votes, and members
provided includes committee membership,
voting history, congressional terms
and bill sponsorship.
(Formerly Thomas Legislative
Information) The official
website for U.S. federal legislative
information. Access to the status and
text of Bills, Public Laws,
Committee Reports, historical documents
and the Congressional Record. Includes
and Senate Committees and information
on members of Congress.
Presidents of the U.S. Provides
background information, historical documents,
notable events, and interesting facts on
each of the U.S. presidents.
State Department Find information
on U.S. Embassies and Consulates, Foreign
Embassies, passports and visas, travel warnings,
the Fulbright Program, and much more.
Vital Statistics System The
NVSS is responsible for the Nation's
official vital statistics (Birth, Death,
and Divorce rates.) Also includes
a state and territory directory of contacts
for birth, death, marriage, or
Reference Bureau Find
articles, reports, and statistical population
data for 220 countries. Topics include "Marriage & Family," "Poverty," "Education," and
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includes "QuickFacts" when
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counties, and cities (more than
2010 - U.S. Census Bureau View
2010 Census statistics for local areas
down to the block level. Statistics include
population counts, age, sex, race, ethnicity
and household information.
Statewide General Election The
Official Voter Information Guide for
the November 2, 2010 California General
Election. Includes information on candidates,
propositions, political parties, and
Voter Foundation CVF
is a non-profit, non-partisan organization
emphasizing the use of new election
technologies. Voter resources include
voter registration information,
map of legislative districts, and
links to California elected officials
and political parties.
Voter Guide Easy-to-use,
multi-lingual, nonpartisan information
for Californians about voter registration,
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Includes political party information
and links, candidates, ballot measures,
finding polling places, and more.
Election Commission The
Federal Election Commission offers
information about federal elections
including elections administration,
voter registration and turnout,
result, and presidential and congressional
Vote Smart Find
background information, issue positions,
voting records, campaign finances, and
performance records on political officials.
Search by name or zip code.
WashLaw A comprehensive list of links to statutes, court decisions, legislation, and departments and agencies for all 50 States. Maintained by Washburn Law School.
of Federal Regulations (CFR) Search
all 50 titles of the CFR via GPO
Access. CFR volumes are added to GPO
Access concurrent with the release
of the paper editions. All titles are
available from 1997 to the current year.
of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission. Also see LLSDC's (Law Librarians'
Society of Washington, D.C.) web page
of recent selected EEOC court decisions.
FindLaw A great
starting point for legal research with
searchable databases for federal and state
court opinions, statutes, regulations,
and international law.
Court of the United States The official
Web site of the United States Supreme
Court. Includes opinions, rules of court,
biographies of current justices, and more.
Supreme Court Collection Cornell
Law School Legal Information Institute. Find
full-text decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court
from 1990 to present. Search by topic, author,
Circuit Opinions Emory
School of Law. Full-text Circuit Court opinions
from August 1995 to present. Search by party
name, keyword, or date.
States Code (USC) Search
all 50 titles of the USC via Access
The USC is published every six
years with annual cumulative supplements
in between editions. GPO Access contains
the 2006, 2000, and 1994 editions
plus annual supplements. Note: The library
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United States Code Annotated (Ref. KF62
Law Library Formerly theU.S.
House of Representatives Internet Law Library.
Provides links to a large number of legal
resources relating to federal, state, and
LawGuru.com Links to law
resources including a searchable archives
of legal questions and answers arranged by
state and country.
government agencies and legislative information
UN (United Nations) (Off-campus
see: Databases) Provides
full-text UN documents, publications,
and more. Separate indexing is included
for the UN Treaty Series and six main
UN bodies: General Assembly, Security
Council, Economics and Social Council,
Trusteeship Council, and the Secretariat
and International Court of Justice. Coverage
is from 1998 to present.
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online version of the weekly publication
that focuses on current political, social,
economic, and international issues.
see: Databases) online
provides information on
government, politics, and
public policy surrounding
Congress. Each issue contains
an unbiased, objective summary
of all Capitol Hill activity
from the previous week.
Useful search features include
browsing by topic and article
Contains up-to-date background reports, statistical data, and daily news
coverage for 192 countries.
database of more than 5,000 speeches in full-text,
audio, and video formats. Included are many
addresses by presidents, politicians, and
civil rights leaders.
annual reports on human rights abuses worldwide.
Click the "Library" tab to search
for reports by country, region, or theme.
American Presidency Project Provides
a searchable database of over 85,000 documents,
such as speeches, official papers, executive
orders, proclamations, news conferences,
and press briefings. Also includes in
depth historical data on elections
Avalon Project Maintained
by Yale Law School. Provides important documents
in law, history, politics, and diplomacy.
Lists documents in chronological order from
World FactBook Use as a quick
fact checker for information about countries
throughout the world. Includes basic images
of maps and flags.
of Congress Country Studies Each publication
presents a description and analysis of the
historical, social, political, and economic
setting of countries throughout the world.
National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) A nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, the NCPA's goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulations. Policy issues include education, immigration, health care reform, minimum wage, and welfare.
The Issue Candidates'
positions on major issues. Covers Presidential
and Congressional elections back to 1999-2000.
Includes candidates' quotes and stances
on various issues collected from
newspapers, speeches, press releases, and
Agenda: Issue Guides A
nonprofit and nonpartisan organization
that provides perspectives and analysis
attitudes toward controversial
social issues. Listed under "Issue Guides"
each issue begins with an introduction
is divided into three research
the Issues," "Public
Opinion," and "Additional
nonprofit policy research organization that
provides analysis of domestic policy issues.
Offers a convenient research finder by topic.