Good News for NPS Alumni!
The Dudley Knox Library is pleased to be able to continue offering free access to a select group of licensed scholarly information resources for another year, through 30 June 2013.
If you graduated from an NPS degree granting program we encourage you to Request an Account and take advantage of these familiar resources.
Please allow 3 weeks for us to complete the registration process. You will be notified via email.
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NPS Alumni Resources
Use the links on this page and your Alumni password
to access these NPS licensed resources
The world's armed forces defense & security intelligence and analysis including: Equipment & Technology; Industry & Markets; Military & Security Assessments; Terrorism & Insurgency; and Transport sectors.
Note: If you see "This Connection is Untrusted" click through the following. You may have to do this a couple of times.
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Interdisciplinary coverage including: Business, management, and trade; Science and technology, Sociology and psychology; Computers, software, the Internet; Geosciences; Islam and the Muslim world; Geopolitical and economic analysis; Telecommunications; News coverage; the Military.
JSTOR is a full-text digital archive providing full-text access to many core scholarly journals in the humanities and social sciences. Coverage begins with the first volume of each title. However, due to publisher requirements, they maintain a moving 2 to 6 year lage in the most recent holdings.
Global Information System Click on Client Log-In
Strategic intelligence on every country and territory in the world. Sections include: the government, the country, the economy, national security, diplomatic information, and special strategic studies.
Major U.S. and world news from 1980, U.S. and State legal cases, company information, country socioeconomic profiles and news, public figures, statistics.
Citation management software. Users can import and organize citations found in online databases and format them in papers, reference lists and bibliographies using the style of their choice. See the DKL RefWorks Help page for more information.
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