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Public Policy Resources  

Information for using the UConn libraries to research topics related to public policy.
Last Updated: Sep 10, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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This guide will help you identify and access a variety of sources pertaining to public policy.  Included in the guide are:

-Library databases
-Electronic Journals and Citations
-Web Sites pertaining to Hartford, Connecticut, the U.S., and the world.
-Associations and Research Institutions
-Sites pertaining to social science statistics and polling



Remote Access

As long as you have a NetID and password, off-campus access requires no special instructions.

When you try to access a UConn-only resource (such as a research database), you will be prompted to log in using your NetID/password.  Once you've logged in, you can open other UConn-only resources without having to login again.

Tip: If you're on a public computer, you'll want to exit the browser to protect your private information (including your NetID & password).

Forgot your NetID and/or password?  Visit UConn's NetID Web.

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West Hartford, CT 06117
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