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Dejando brillar la luz sobre Estudios Latinoamericanos y Caribeños

Dejando brillar la luz sobre Estudios Latinoamericanos y Caribeños: Usando Prisma, Informe y Latin American Newsstand

Shining Some Light on Latin American & Caribbean Studies: Using Prisma, Informe & Latin American Newsstand

The Duke University Libraries and the Duke University Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies are pleased to announce the launch of three new electronic resources to support teaching and research about Latin America and the Caribbean. These sources also support students wishing to conduct research and read current news in Spanish or Portuguese. The new databases include Informe, a Spanish language collection of popular magazines, academic journals and selected newspaper articles; Prisma, a database of articles from 90 academic journals on Latin American and the Caribbean Studies; and Latin American Newsstand, a collection of over 35 newspapers in English, Spanish and Portuguese from Latin America and the Caribbean. These new resources can be found on the Libraries homepage (http://library.duke.edu ) under “Databases A-Z” or by searching the titles in the Libraries' online catalog.

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Posted 22 March 2007

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