New Government Resources: Interpreting the Constitution and Help with Tracking Regulations

Constitution Annotated For the first time, the Constitution of the United States of America: Analysis and Interpretation along with Supreme Court interpretations are now searchable online.  This new website, Constitution Annotated, created by the Library of Congress, provides a historical Continue Reading

Information Literacy Roundtable 2019: Primary Sources in the Classroom

By Susan Falciani Maldonado, Special Collections and Archives Librarian On August 19th, Trexler Library’s teaching librarians hosted the annual Information Literacy Roundtable. This year, eight faculty members joined librarians over brunch for a lively discussion around the nature and use Continue Reading

The Making of a Timeline: Theatre at Muhlenberg

During the 2018-2019 academic year, Sasha Cheer ‘19, a Media and Communication and Theatre double major, created a timeline around the history of theatre at Muhlenberg College. Sasha approached Susan Falciani Maldonado, Special Collections and Archives Librarian, in 2016 at Continue Reading

New Resources Online : Public Papers of the Presidents and data.census.gov

GPO Digitizes the Public Papers of the Presidents (1929-2013) In 1957, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) began compiling and publishing Presidential writings, addresses, and remarks of a public nature under the series title Public Papers of the Presidents beginning with Continue Reading

New Online Academic Resources – Summer 2019

Good news! Everyone at Muhlenberg now has access to the online resources below. All resources are available on campus and off campus. Security Studies Collection from JSTOR Springer eBook Package – 2019 Publications Gender: Identity and Social Change Collection from Continue Reading