Starkville, MS "November 15, 2004" The Mississippi State University Libraries' United Nations Research Guide has been cited in The Infography as one of the most excellent sources of information about the subject of the United Nations.
The Infography is an online reference tool which enables, students, teachers, and librarians to identify exemplary sources of information on the Internet.The subject specialists who select the citations published in The Infography are professors, librarians, and other scholars who are scholars in the selected areas of expertise and who are charged with selecting only those resources considered "seminal for research."
The Infography is freely available online at http://www.fieldsofknowledge.com/.
The United Nations Research Guide was developed by LaDonne Delgado, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Government Documents and Microforms Department.The guide was developed to augment the United Nations collection at the Mississippi State University Libraries.MSU is the only UN depository library in the state of Mississippi.The United Nations Research Guide provides researchers with a comprehensive annotated listing of core materials, both in print and electronic formats. Additional information about the United Nations collection at MSU may be obtained by contacting LaDonne Delgado at (662) 325-7660 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The United Nations Research Guide is freely available at here.
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