April 2010 Archives

Social Science Electronic Data Library

Would you like access to social science data sets for your research? 

The U of M Library now has e-access available for the Social Science Electronic Data Library.

Social Science Electronic Data Library

Data collections include:

American Family Data Archive (AFDA)
AIDS/STD Data Archive (AIDS)
Child Well-Being and Poverty Data Archive
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Data Archive
Contextual Data Archive
Data Archive of Social Research on Aging (DASRA)
Data Archive on Adolescent Pregnancy and Pregnancy Prevention (DAAPPP)
Maternal Drug Abuse Data Archive (MDA)
Research Archive on Disability in the U.S. (RADIUS)

More than 500 health and social science datasets from more than 250 studies, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). SSEDL data archives have been used by thousands of students and professionals at universities and research institutions throughout the United States for more than 20 years.

More information is available about the Library's data services projects:

Data Services at the U of M Library

Hi --

The Library now has a subscription to the Observatory on borderless higher education.

Access is available via the A-Z list on the Library web page or here is the correct direct link:

Observatory on borderless higher education

After you log in as a U of M library user, you should now be able to download publications and materials from their web site.

Let me know if you have comments or questions.  Laurel

"The Observatory's primary purpose is to provide strategic information to enable institutional leaders and policy makers to make informed decisions relevant to their existing and/or future transnational higher education initiatives."

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