About This Guide
Welcome to the Military Science & Security Studies Library Guide. The best way to navigate through through this site is by using the tabs at the top of each page. Following is a brief explanation as to how each section is organized and what it contains.
Article Databases Consists of databases that index and in some cases provide full text access to historical literature or to resources that will aid in historical research. With few exceptions, these databases are accessible off-campus only to the current ASU community (students, faculty and staff).
Primary Sources Divided into two main categories: resources available through ASU Libraries and sites freely available on the Internet. The Primary Sources page concludes with a section on how to evaluate primary sources on the Internet.
Web Resources Included here are e-book sites, general history aggregator sites as well as sites of general interest for history.
Citing Sources Collected here are several links for sites relating to citation manual sources and to RefWorks.
Governmental Resources This page contains databases and resources from various governments, governmwental agencies and governmental organizations covering issues in defense, security and terrorism.
How to Contact Ed
Ed is available to assist students with their research needs through the Libraries' dedicated subject liaison program. Ed is on the Tempe campus. My office address is Hayden C1T. Telephone: (480) 965-4579 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I will be on sabbatical from 7/7/14 - 1/5/15.The following Librarians at Tempe to contact are: Melissa Guy, History; Dan Stanton, Political Science & Global Studies; Mimmo Bonanni, African/African-American Studies, Ethnic Studies & Military Science.