Answered By: Matt Stevons
Last Updated: Jul 06, 2017     Views: 74

In addition to the university library, your local and state libraries can be important resources for you.

Many states maintain a virtual or online library, and provide citizens with access to newspapers, journals, magazines, and other materials.  Another important resource is your local public library. 

Click here: http://library.kaplan.edu/statelibraries for a guide containing a listing of currently available state and local resources that KU Online Library staff were able to locate.  You'll also see a link to WorldCat.org, where you can search for an item, and see if any libraries near you have the item.

 

 

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