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On your side through life’s financial moments. We’re the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a U.S. government agency dedicated to making sure you are treated fairly by banks, lenders, and other financial institutions.
We aim to make consumer financial markets work for consumers, responsible providers, and the economy as a whole. We protect consumers from unfair, deceptive, or abusive practices and take action against companies that break the law. We arm people with the information, steps, and tools that they need to make smart financial decisions.
Wherever you are on your financial journey, you can prepare yourself to make informed financial decisions with these resources. www.consumerfinance.gov
Helping multilingual communities and newcomers
- Resources for individuals with limited English proficiency – resources are provided in Arabic, Chinese, Haitian-Creole, Korean, Russian, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.
- La Oficina para la Protección Financiera del Consumidor – our website in Spanish
Resources for Older Americans
- Protecting older adults from fraud and financial exploitation – Losing money or possessions to scams, fraud, and exploitation can be especially devastating to older adults, who may be not be able to earn back what they’ve lost.
- How to find help responding to elder financial abuse – On this page you will find contact information for resources that provide help for responding to elder financial abuse.
Resources for children
- Money as You Grow: Help for parents and caregivers – No need to be a money expert—the tips and activities here can help your children’s money skills, habits, and attitudes grow.
- Meet the Money Monsters! – The Money Monsters are a group of creatures who are new to our universe. That means they need to learn about many important things like school, friendship, and financial literacy.
Resources for adults
- Consumer resources – Wherever you are on your financial journey, you can prepare yourself to make informed financial decisions with these resources.
- AskCFPB – We offer clear, impartial answers to hundreds of financial questions. Find the information you need to make more informed choices about your money.
The Naval History and Heritage Command traces its lineage to 1794, when the Navy Department Library was established under the Naval Bureau, which was part of the War Department in Philadelphia. In 1800, President John Adams asked Benjamin Stoddert, the first Secretary of the Navy, to prepare a catalog of professional books best suited for a naval library. Today, the NHHC is the central resource for today’s operational Navy and acts as the service's institutional memory. Headquartered on the historic Washington Navy Yard, D.C., the Command includes ten Navy museums nationwide as well as a detachment that maintains the Navy’s oldest commissioned warship, USS Constitution, in Boston, Mass.
The NHHC manages the official history program of the United States Navy, fulfilling its mission to strengthen the Navy’s effectiveness by preserving, analyzing, and interpreting the service’s hard-earned experience. A professional staff of historians, archivists, librarians, museum specialists, and naval personnel carries out historical activities and supports the fleet.
The Command oversees Navy programs and instructions related to history; advances knowledge of naval history and heritage through professional research, analysis, and interpretation, delivering a range of knowledge products and services; advises the Navy, other agencies, and the public on issues related to Navy ship and aircraft wrecks; and administers grants, fellowships, scholarships, and internships related to naval history.
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GovInfo serves as a one-stop website for authentic, published Government information, and provides free public access to millions of official publications and metadata from all three branches of the Federal Government. GovInfo offers access to documents in a variety of formats. It includes current documents produced and published digitally and also digitized, historical documents going back to 1873.
Publications available in GovInfo include the Congressional Record, Congressional Serial Set, U.S Court Opinions, Bills, Laws, Statutes, U.S. Code, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, Public Papers of the Presidents, and much more.
- Visit GovInfo at www.govinfo.gov to search and browse for Government information
- View an alphabetical list of collections, publications, and other resources
- Try developer tools such as the API or Link Service
- Discover features like Related Documents and Citing functionality
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- Explore curated articles highlighting featured content
GovInfo offers a variety of tutorials and handouts, ranging from general tutorials to U.S. Congressional Serial Set tutorials and downloadable handouts.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) publishes a variety of books, reports, datasets, and digital products covering international finance, monetary policy, exchange rates, and other global economic issues. IMF publications present the analysis, research, policy advice, and data on economic and financial sector issues at the global, regional, and country level. IMF eLibrary is a free resource that offers access to the IMF’s comprehensive collection of 24,000+ publications, with some items going back to 1946.
- View and download key research on the global economy on IMF eLibrary: eLibrary.IMF.org
- Jumpstart your research by using Essential Reading Guides with curated lists of relevant publications on timely economic topics: eLibrary.IMF.org/essential
- Register as a new eLibrary user to access many tools on the platform: bookstore.IMF.org/signup
- Visit the IMF publications virtual booth for more information and to sign up for our newsletter: eLibrary.IMF.org/imfpubsbooth
- Download our Fall catalog for highlights of recent publications
- Contact us with any questions at [email protected]
Are you seeking information on forestry, plants and animals, wood product science, or Forest Service history? The National Forest Service Library (NFSL) has all that and more.
NFSL is a designated field library of the USDA National Agricultural Library (NAL), one of five national libraries of the United States.
NFSL supports Forest Service employees; state, private, and tribal organizations; and the public.
NFSL has approximately 300,000 cataloged items across three branches: the National Forest Service Library in Fort Collins, Colorado; the Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin; and the International Institute of Tropical Forestry in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Our library offers:
- Print materials, journals, and a large collection of digitized documents: https:// www.fs.usda.gov/library/
- Literature searches and general reference support to FS researchers and others with special requests
- Digital collections including Forest Health Protection literature and an oral history collection featuring women in the Forest Service: https://nfsl.contentdm.oclc.org/
- Document delivery service providing journal articles, reports, and books to FS employees and patrons from other libraries
HeinOnline is a premier online research platform that provides more than 209 million pages of multidisciplinary periodicals, essential government documents, international resources, case law, and much more. Composed of fully searchable image-based PDFs and available at an affordable price, the wealth of material allows academic institutions, government agencies, law firms, court systems, corporations, and other organizations access to authoritative, true-to-print digital material without the hassle or cost of using multiple research databases.
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- Military Legal Resources (U.S. Army JAG School)
- Law Library of Congress Reports
- HeinOnline YouTube Video Tutorials
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Welcome to Coherent Digital!
We serve more than 1,200 organizations on six continents with collections and services for research and learning. Our customers include academic libraries, governments, think tanks, corporations, and research institutes. We work with hundreds of publishers, think tanks, archives, authors, and other content creators.
We find exceptional materials in archives and on the open web. We digitize and preserve them and make them easy to find and use for research and learning. This is what we mean by “taming wild content and making it useful.” Our full range of products and services is described in detail below.
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Policy Commons rapidly reduces research time, and greatly enriches source materials as you can easily search millions of high quality research documents in seconds.
From policy development, to on the ground application and reporting, Policy Commons opens up a world of previously hard-to-find content. From all over the globe.
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Readex, a division of NewsBank, offers acclaimed historical collections that allow students and faculty to explore the past in unprecedented ways. Our expansive catalog of digitized primary sources includes historical newspapers, historical imprints, and government publications spanning more than five centuries.
Best known for its Early American Newspapers and Early American Imprints series, Readex recently introduced Black Life in America and Hispanic Life in America—two extraordinary collections of historical and current news—that reveal American life through a diverse lens. The Readex portfolio also contains indispensable collections supporting global studies, including the BBC Monitoring: Summary of World Broadcasts, World Newspaper Archive, Twentieth-Century Global Perspectives, and the Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Reports, among many others.
- Open Source Intelligence digital collections:
- BBC Monitoring: Summary of World Broadcasts
- (video) The Art of Listening: BBC Monitoring and the Historical Significance of the Transatlantic Open Source Intelligence Relationship, by Dr. Alban Webb, June 2023
- Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports, 1941-1996
- Global Studies Resources:
- Native American digital collections:
- PDFs for download:
- Territorial Papers of the U.S., 1764 – 1953 – Quick Facts
- Native American Tribal Histories, Series 1-4, 1813 – 1880
- Origins of Modern Science and Technology: Global Perspectives from the CIA Archives
- Twentieth-Century Global Perspectives
- BBC – Monitoring Summary of World Broadcasts, Essential Global Media, 1939-2001
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