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Domestic Security Management / Homeland Security & Emergency Management: Getting Started

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Articles: Locate domestic security articles and journals
Books: Borrow a book from the library, or access e-books from home
Reference: Use reference books to find background, trends, theory, and statistics
Videos & Images: Find image collections or stream videos from home
Websites Use the Web to find associations, government agencies and other websites
APA: Give credit to your sources by citing properly in APA format
More Help: Find tutorials, research and writing help, contact information, and more

 

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Dec. 7: Attention nursing and healthcare students! The Library now has access to Nursing Education in Video, a new streaming video database with over 450 videos and over 150 hours of content. This is a "unique online collection of videos created specifically for the education and training of nurses, nursing assistants, and other healthcare workers." Check it out!

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