A Roadmap to African-American and Diversity Resources (ARAADR)

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Electronic books (E-books) is offered through ARAADR website. There are several different categories to choose from. If you are looking for information on a book and need a resource, this is a great way to do it. You can click the link you desire and then type in the name of a book you need. Or you may also type in a general subject and get many different ideas. This is a great easy way to access information on the internet.

ARAADR web site offers many different options to help you look for what you need.
It is a very resourceful web site. Its such an easy way to get information with out taking so much time.

On ARAADR website you can access a translation page that changes your web page to a different language.
It takes different text from English and you are able to see it translated to whatever language you desire.

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So many things you get online are not what you want but these sources are excellent!
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I found very specific information on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I did not go anywhere else on the web!
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A great resource for teacher lesson plans!
This is a wonderful database. Targeting famous Black Americans!

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A Roadmap to African American and Diversity Resources (ARAADR)
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African American Web Connection by William Richard Jones, CCP

Angelo State University- Porter Henderson Library

Black History and African American Resources, Hackley Public Library Muskegon, MI
Brandeis Libraries' Guide: African and Afro-American Studies
Brandeis University Libraries: Guide; African & Afro-American Studies
Charles C. Sherrod Library Research Guides: African American ...
Ethnic Resources - Waterloo/Cedar Falls Public Libraries
KCABJ -- Kansas City Association of Black Journalists
La Salle University: Selected Internet Resources
Learning Resource Center: Internet Resources Kellogg Community College, Michigan
Ramsey Library Research Guides, UNC, Ashville, N.C.
Red Bank Public Library New Jersey
Subjects List: Japanese/English
University of Kentucky: World-Wide African American Resources
University of South Alabama , African American Studies
Valdosta State University, Georgia: Odum Library
Workshop on African-American Resources at Tampa Bay Library Consortium (TBLC)
Youth Enrichment: Black History Tours (CEU workshop credit)



INFOSCOPE: Monthly newsletter of D.L. Cohen Information Services, News and tips for locating and managing information Portland, Oregon http://www.dcoheninfo.com
Resource-of-the-Month: A Roadmap to African -American Resources Ask a librarian where to find good quality web resources and she/he will say that places to look include collections of resources created by other librarians! One such resource is A Roadmap to African American Resources, created by Sherry DuPree of Santa Fe Community College. DuPree has been collecting African-American information since 1995 and the site reflects her commitment to creating a serious and comprehensive resource. January 2004


http://www.resourceshelf.com/ Gary Price, MLIS
A massive directory of over 2000 resources. Thursday, Dec. 18, 2003


Florida's Ask A Librarian, Search Online Reference Expert Entries
Search for Keywords, type American history: Entry Type = Shared-Statewide.

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