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Welcome UAFS Researchers

This guide highlights resources useful for Historical Methods.  The tabs in the guide provide active links to databases, online catalogs, web sites, and  information on citing sources.  After clicking on a link, just click on the x to close the window or click the back arrow to get back to the Guide.

 

National Archives of the United States

"THIS BUILDING HOLDS IN TRUST THE RECORDS OF OUR NATIONAL LIFE AND SYMBOLIZES OUR FAITH IN THE PERMANENCY OF OUR NATIONAL INSTITUTIONS."   (quotation on frieze from north exposure of building)

                                                   Work in public domain as released by Ed Brown

Research Librarian

Carolyn Filippelli

 Contact Info:
Boreham Library, 1st floor
Office Phone: 479-788-7204
carolyn.filippelli@uafs.edu  
 Services Available From Your Research Librarian:
  • Research Consultations (walk in or appointment) 
  • Resource suggestions for class assignments and group projects 
  • Help with search strategies for databases and catalogs   

Useful Tips

  • The Boreham Library is open late until midnight on M T W TH Su.  
  • There is a 24/7 zone for after hours study.
  • You can access databases off campus at any time by using your University ID.
  • You can find out when your books are due or renew books at My Library Account in the online catalog.
  •  You can create an Interlibrary Loan account to order articles and books if they are not available in the Boreham Library.   There is no cost for this Interlibrary loan service.
  •  Reference Librarians are available to help at any time at the library, through e-mail Library@uafs.edu, by phone, or appointment