Publicly available documents in all areas of defense research (science, technology, engineering, social science, business & budget), DOD directives & instructions. DTIC is the central scientific, research, and engineering information support activity for the DOD.
This library is co-sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and provides access to electronic documents on public health resources related to emergency preparedness and response and complex emergencies. Documents are in English, Spanish and French.
Congressional information such as bills and laws, legislative histories, hearings, reports, and other documents, Committee memberships, Congressional Record Congressional Research Service, Executive Branch, presidential materials and more.
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How to conduct social science research from start to finish: writing a research question, conducting a literature review, choosing a research method, collecting & analyzing data, and writing up your findings. Includes the "Little Green Books" (quantitative methods), and the "Little Blue Books" (qualitative methods).
Learn more about SRMO and social science research methods.