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This database covers the early voyages of European discovery through present day American imperialism. Empire Online combines facsimile representations of rare documents and books with scholarly articles written to elaborate and contextualize the documents. You can connect to the documents, books, and manuscripts through the articles, or go directly to them through searching or through browsing the lists by category.
12:15pm at the Career Development Office, CDO 104 (1127 Park Street)
Deana is Assistant Professor and Library Program Manager at National Louis University Library with specific interests in rare books and special collections. Ben is a technology manager at Allstate Insurance, with interests in information literacy, knowledge management, and digital library management.
Most mornings, I work at Carnegie Hall, copying, smiling, and helping my work supervisors and professors with clerical work. I really appreciate the job because it has helped me to get to know a really cool individual I like to call Mr. Copy Machine. My job has also helped me develop a genuine appreciation for photocopying.