Did you know you can look at some previously classified 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."Previously CLASSIFIED Information » Reference News
Previously CLASSIFIED Information by kkeating Posted on October 21, 2014 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 materi…
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!
Get ready for Halloween with some spooky reading or some scary viewing. We have lots of books and movies ready for you to check out.
Deb the Librarian interviews Community and Technical College (CTC) Associate Professor, Shannon Gramse, about the Preparatory Development (PRPE) composition courses, and the role of PRPE courses for incoming university students. The evolution of the program, course content, and resources are discussed.
Listen to Informania on Monday, 9am or Thursday 5pm. Listen and be informed!
Congratulations to the Alaska Quarterly Review for their write up in THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS. http://www.nybooks.com/events/alaska-quarterly-review-fall-and-winter-2014-edite/Alaska Quarterly Review: Fall and Winter 2014, edited by Ronald Spatz. Volume 31. No. 3&4
Though it’s produced in Anchorage, there’s nothing provincial about the Alaska Quarterly Review. Over the 32 years and counting of its existence AQR stories have won O. Henry Awards and Pushcart Prizes, while its essays, fiction and poetry have also been honored in all the annual “best of” volumes,…
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.
UAA/APU students can use the After Hours Study Facility at the library Sunday through Thursday from 10pm to 1 am. Use your ID card to access the building using the card swipe at the front door.
Celebrate e.e. cummings' birthday. Check out his poetry at http://bit.ly/1vsFcTk
Wireless printing is available in the library. Here's how. https://support.uaa.alaska.edu/Pages/Managed-Print---Mobile-Printing.aspxManaged Print - Mobile Printing | UAA ITS Knowledge Base
Mobile printing allows you to easily print documents from your laptop to most locations across the UAA Campus utilizing UAA's Managed Print service. Follow the directions below for configuring your laptop for use with the Mobile Printing service.
Today the Nobel Prize was awarded for Economics. To learn more about the Nobel Prize and it's award winners in all categories, go to the nobelprize.org