Tuesday, October 20, 2009

European Union Documents

Just a few days ago, the European Union announced that they had created a website that contains all of its documents dating back 60 years in 23 languages. For more information, see the article in CNN. Obviously, it is a very important resource that at one time, could only be used physically in (apparently) in Brussels, but now everyone can view these materials from anywhere in the world.

The AUR Library has added the EU Bookshop to its Extend Search function. To search it, all you need to do is select text, or click on Search Other Collections in the library catalog, select Government & Policy Documents, and you will see your search result under EU Bookshop. Here's an example for searching Italy. The Two-Minute Tutorial has been updated to reflect this as well.

For more information on the Extend Search of the AUR Library Catalog, you can take another Two-Minute Tutorial.

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