Database Trial

Posted in : General, Research on by : jdoepken Comments: 0

Did you know that there are amazing online resources for Alaskans to use, for free?  You can find them at the SLED database site, at sled.alaska.edu .  This website has been around for almost 20 years and has been generously funded by a variety of organizations: the federal government, the Institute of Museums and Library Services, our Alaska State legislature and the Rasmuson Foundation.

According to the website, “SLED, the Statewide Library Electronic Doorway, is an easy-to-use World Wide Web site that connects people to library, government, local community, and Internet information resources. Connections to new information resources are constantly being added to SLED.”

From time to time, new information resources are given a temporary trial, to give Alaskans an opportunity to use the resources and determine if they would be a beneficial addition to the SLED databases.  There is a trial available right now, until the 15th of March, that can be accessed by going here .

Please take some time to follow that link and see if you think any of these resources would be a good addition to what is already available.

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