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The Department of Special Collections houses a diverse range of materials, from 15th century illuminated devotionals to subject collections treating contemporary social issues. Bodies of work include literature, music, films, art, archival material and ephemera. Visit the Special Collections Website
Special Collections materials are freely available to scholars, including La Salle students and faculty, as well as researchers from outside the University. The material may be studied in comfort and privacy in a reading room located within the department on the Library's second floor. Contact the Special Collections
Featuring the research and scholarly output of the La Salle University community deposited by University departments and centers on campus.
See archived versions of websites by and about La Salle, dating back to January 2012.
The lives of the Wister Family are elaborated through a series of articles, papers, photographs and other research.
Internet resources are vast collections of interconnected networks. Internet resources include the WWW (World Wide Web), User groups, E-mail, and so much more. Since there are no restrictions for who publishes on the Internet, proceed with caution when incorporating these resources into your research papers. The Internet is full of all kinds of information, both good and bad. Use the CARDS method to help you determine the validity of the Internet resource.
Is there an author(s) or producer(s)? Does the document provide credentials on the author? For example, the author has a Ph.D., M.D., etc. Is there contact information for the author(s) or producer(s) of the document. This can include an e-mail address and/or street address and phone number.
Does the site appear to be comprehensive? Is the information included in the site complete and accurate? How does the information found in the site compare to other resources or related sites?
Is there a stated purpose or information describing the function of the site?
What is the date of coverage for the site? When was it created? Is the site up-to-date? Are the links up-to-date?
Does the site offer or link you to additional sites or resources? Are the links appropriate for the research topic? Are these resources easily accessible?
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