Why is that person important?

Who was Alexander Hamilton – the guy on the ten-dollar bill?  He helped develop the U. S. Constitution.  Read more about him in the Library’s trial database: Biography Reference Center — one that the Library is considering for purchase.  We have access through May24.

Hope you’ll do a little browsing in Biography Reference Center and compare it with what you find in Biography in Context.  Please post your impressions.

Help Us Help You

Here’s your chance to let us know how we’re doing providing you with research assistance.

From Monday, March 14 through Saturday, March 26 those of you who ask for help finding resources for your papers and projects will in turn be given a survey to complete. You will rate us on the quality of the material you found as well as your interaction with the library staff person who helped you. The library staff will use your responses to improve our service and resources.

March is Women’s History Month

Take an online vacation to Washington, DC during Spring Break  and visit displays and collections celebrating Women’s History Month. The Library of Congress, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration have put together some great pages: