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Business Collections Orientation February 28

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Join the Business Section for a short, 30-minute webinar at 1pm (EDT) on Wednesday, February 28. We’ll provide an overview of select print and online business collections, and share how you can access these resources for your own research needs.

The Library of Congress has over 1.2 million titles that are classified as business or economics, including primary sources, directories, special collections, digital collections and library databases. These resources are useful for both historical and current company, industry, and economics research.

This session is aimed at those new to business research or unfamiliar with business collections at the Library of Congress. Since we can’t show you everything in 30 minutes, we’ll be using items related to the fashion industry as examples of what you might uncover in these collections!

Business Collections Orientation
Wednesday, February 28, 2024
1-1:30pm EDT (plus time for questions at the end)
Register on Zoom

Request ADA accommodations five business days in advance at (202) 707-6362 or [email protected]. The event recording will be available afterwards to those who registered.

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