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ICPSR’s summer internship program provides students with thorough grounding in the tools and best practices of data science and digital assets management. Interns gain experience with the major statistical analysis programs, and are involved in the work of preparing data for archiving and dissemination. They attend courses in the Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of […]
You now can place a HOLD on a book in the Library catalog regardless of whether it is checked out, sitting on the shelf in the Mansfield Library, or at one of our partner libraries. Simply search the library catalog, choose an item from the result list, and on the next screen you will see […]
ICPSR will be hosting an online and free Social Sciences Data Fair scheduled for November 8-11, 2010. The meeting Web site features full abstracts of the sessions, registration links for each session, and information on our webcast technology. The fair will feature data plan and confidential data management, data in North America, international data, and […]
The library has purchased a subscription to more than 3,900 Safari Technical E-books.
Compare this current news post about Glacier National park to the 1918 digitzed map available from our Archives and Regional Maps Collection when approximately 150 glaciers existed within the park boundaries.
Trial access is now available through April 10 to the World Shakespeare Bibliography Online. This database is the most comprehensive record of Shakespeare-related scholarship and theatrical productions published or produced worldwide between 1960 and 2010. Try it and let us know what you think.
This guide provides access to various citation styles: APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian and others, all in one place.
This week the class action lawsuit brought by Elouise Cobell (Blackfeet) and others against the United States government ended in a settlement that will provide billions of dollars in funds and establish an Indian Education Scholarship fund to improve access to higher education. You can research the documentary and social history and the outcome of […]
There was a great article in today’s Missoulian about Sean Sullivan’s iPhone app for Questia, an online research library. The article pointed out that the app costs 99 cents to download and that Questia costs $9.99 for two weeks’ access or $99 for a year. However, what the article didn’t point out was that you, […]
This year ICPSR is sponsoring THREE competitions – two for undergraduates and a new competition for Master’s level students! The purpose of these competitions is to highlight the best student research papers using quantitative data. The objective is to encourage students to explore the social sciences by means of critical analysis of a topic supported […]