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Construction alert:  We are building a new seminar room and have temporarily relocated our service area to room 248 (see floor plan). Construction will continue throughout the summer and the new space will be open for the Fall semester.
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TRAC, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse hosted by Syracuse University, has been recognized in federal court as an educational and journalistic organization for FOIA requests and not as a commercial requestor. The ruling – Long v. Dep’t of Homeland Sec., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 83835 (D.D.C. June 29, 2015) – against Immigration and Customs Enforcement reduces … Continue reading
The Commonwealth iLibrary brings the publications of the Commonwealth Secretariat to Penn readers, as a complement to our current IGO ebook collections from OECD, World Bank, and International Monetary Fund. The Commonwealth iLibrary concentrates on several topic areas: Globalization and multilateral trade issues Export and enterprise development Education Economic and social development Finance and investment … Continue reading
The Penn Libraries have had an incomplete set of the EIU’s quarterly country reports for a very long time. Not any longer! We’ve purchased ProQuest’s Economist Intelligence Unit Country Reports Archive, bringing online PDF fulltext with MS Excel statistical tables for the complete run of EIU Quarterly Economic Reviews and Country Reports, 1952-1995. The EIU … Continue reading
ISI Thomson Reuters has updated its InCites Journal Citation Reports with 2014 data and enhancements. The updated JCR, now in its 40th year, continues to provide the data you use to evaulate and compare more than 11,000 scholarly and technical journals in 237 disciplines across the sciences and social sciences for the years 1997 through … Continue reading