This Guide consists of a list of selected resources on International Affairs available in Auraria Library and on the Internet. It also suggests a research strategy or plan of action you can follow while doing research or simply looking for information on a topic. You may choose to use this suggested action plan in other libraries as well, because some of the resources listed here can be found in other libraries.
CHOOSE YOUR TOPIC
It is important to remember that you should choose a topic which is not only interesting to you but also appropriate to your capabilities and to the time available.
Looking through the Library's collection of materials relating to International Affairs may help you decide on a topic. Information about International Affairs can be found in several collections, i.e., reference, periodicals, government documents, media and book collections. Books shelved on the second floor of the Auraria Library can be checked out. Within each collection area, library materials are arranged and located by call numbers. The call number refers to a subject. Most of the library materials in the areas of international affairs, and other related areas are assigned the call numbers as listed: