January 26, 2022

Reference Guide: New Science Tracer Bullet Looks at Science and Technology in South Korea

“Science and Technology in South Korea” is the latest Tracer Bullet (12-2) from Science Reference Services at The Library of Congress. From the Scope Note: This bibliographic guide provides English language sources available in the Library of Congress on scientific and technological developments in South Korea from antiquity to the present. Officially known as the […]

New Research Guide From The Law Library of Congress: Translation of National Legislation into English

Direct to Guide (48 pages; PDF) Title Translation of National Legislation into English Date March 2012 Source The Law Library of Congress, Global Legal Research Center Prepared for American Society of International Law 106th Annual Meeting Pre-Conference: “Conveying Meaning: Legal Interpretation, Translation, and Publishing” Description via In Custodia Legis by Constance Johnson In connection with […]

New Guide: Historical African American Newspapers Available Online

From the Marist College LibGuide: This guide provides a list of historical African American Newspapers available online as part of digitization projects at libraries and historical societies as well as digitization projects done by Google.  The content is available for free, though it is at the discretion of the institution providing the content. The newspapers contained […]

From The Library of Congress: "The Non-Profit Sector in the United States: A Guide to Selected Information Sources"

Provided by Business Reference Services at The Library of Congress. Mykhailo Kryvoruchko, Edmund Muskie Fellow, Summer 2011 Carolyn Larson and Gulnar Nagashybayeva, Editors, September 2011 Direct To Document: The Non-Profit Sector in the United States: A Guide to Selected Information Sources This guide focuses on selected print and electronic resources related to the non-profit sector […]

New: Penn St. University Libraries Create Research Guide for Recent Events Events at PSU

Via Penn St. Live University Libraries have compiled a research guide related to recent events [Sandusky Scandal] at Penn State. The project is a work in progress, so items will be added and moved over time. Suggestions and feedback can be sent to Emily Rimland, information literacy librarian. Direct to Research Guide The Research Guide […]

Updated Research Guide from LC: Selected Internet Resources (Astronomy)

The Selected Internet Resources (Astronomy) guide from the Science, Technology, and Business Division at the Library of Congress was updated earlier this month. It features Internet resources organized into the following categories: News & Events Our Sun & Solar System Planets & Planetary Systems Near-Earth Objects Extrasolar Systems Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Digital Libraries, […]

Reference: Statistics: "Your Guide to Who Measures What in the Online Space"

4 companies are discussed: Nielsen Quantcast Hitwise Compete Google’s Doubleclick Direct to Guide (via AdAge)

Reference: Nuclear Energy: A New Science Tracer Bullet from the Library of Congress

Science Tracer Bullet 11-1: Nuclear Energy is now available online. This guide to nuclear energy is not intended as a comprehensive bibliography, but highlights selected works about the production, distribution, and transmission of nuclear energy. A number of online resources are also included. Review the Entire Online Collection of LC Science Tracer Bullets Science Tracer […]

Reference: ABC-CLIO Offers Free Access to September 11th Material

Here’s a Quick Look at What ABC-CLIO is Making Available: 1. Feature Story: “Ten Years Later: The September 11 Attacks” 2. Essay: “Need to Know” Along with an essay by Dr. Frank Shanty note the expandable “Related Entries” section in the right column. It contains links to reference articles, primary documents, and images. More than […]

New Science Reference Guide From the Library of Congress: “African Americans in Medicine: Selected Titles”

Title: African Americans in Medicine: Selected Titles (Books) Compiled by Daniel Gray, Intern, June 2011 Science Reference Section, Science, Technology and Business Division at the Library of Congress Direct to Complete Guide