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Calhoun, the NPS Institutional Archive, makes NPS work publicly accessible. It is made for searching, sharing and downloading the scholarly, instructional and institutional publications and research products of the NPS community.
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Calhoun Home
Purpose of Calhoun, How to get your work into Calhoun, etc.
Contribute to Calhoun
Calhoun and public access of your NPS work.
Calhoun Policies
Content Policy, Metadata Policy, Takedown Policy, etc.
NPS Theses and Dissertations and How to Find Them
Calhoun is the home to more than 40,000 documents, including NPS theses going back to 1923.
How do I find a copy of an NPS Thesis? Can Amazon sell my thesis? etc.
Calhoun Search Tips & Tricks
How to find a specific item, how to browse by author, advisor, department, etc.
Calhoun Annual Report
See the most recent summary about Calhoun and how it's grown.

Get Into Calhoun..the Library Can Help

Calhoun is a Public Access Archive of NPS research, scholarship and other NPS documents.  

Contents in Calhoun include over 40,000 papers, videos, posters, podcasts, technical reports, graduate theses, dissertations and more.

Want to make sure your NPS work is publicly accessible?   We can help. The library provides services to handle locating your work, digitization, permissioning, full-cataloging and metadata and more. All we need is to know about it.  Contact us at the library to learn more.



Material contained in Calhoun is made available for the purpose of peer review and discussion  and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.

Why Calhoun?

Professor Guy K. Calhoun (1889-1920), was a professor of Mathematics and the first appointed -- and published -- NPS scholarly author.


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