Librarian Guide to Honduras

June 29, 2009 by
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By now, most FGI readers should know about the coup in Honduras.

You may not know that the ALA GODORT Handout Exchange has some resources to help people learn more about Honduras:

While not a handout nor in the Exchange, people interested in historic interactions between the United States and Honduras should check out the cross-agency Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Search put together by Stanford University’s Social Sciences Research Group and hosted by Archive-It.

Librarians – If you want to use library/govdoc resources in highlighting news stories or themes important to your audience, you don’t need to work alone. The Handout Exchange is there to help.

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