Friday, February 3, 2012

Army Heritage Collections Online

[Internet Resource] Army Heritage Collections Online, from the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC). URL:

[Visited Feb'11] The Digital Documents section of this site provides access to materials drawn from the archival collections of the United States Army Military History Institute. The available materials range from over 6,000 Civil War photographs to transcripts of interviews from the Senior Officer Oral History Program. Users may browse the materials by collection name, specific time period, or by type of material (photographs, military publications, audio/visual items, oral history material, and finding aids to the institute's holdings).

B. P. Tolppanen, Eastern Illinois University

Copyright American Library Association dba CHOICE May 2011

APA citation: Tolppanen, B. P. (2011). Army heritage collections online. Choice, 48(9), 1664-1664. Retrieved from
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Wednesday, February 1, 2012



The website of this "not-for-profit public education and advocacy alliance committed to making research to improve health a higher national priority" has links to tools expressly for visitors who are the "Public", "Researchers", members of "Congress", or from the "Media". Visitors can find the "Tools For" menu on the right side of any page. Visitors to the site shouldn't leave here without reading the award-winning newsletter "The Research Advocate", which can be found under the "Polls & Publications" tab. If visitors enjoyed the newsletter, they can elect to receive it via e-mail. The "Resource Library", also under the Polls & Publication tab, can be browsed by topic or type of resource including public opinion poll, transcript, fact sheet, and more. The topics covered here range from "Mental Health Research" to "Innovation/Competitiveness".

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