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International Government Information: Home

Remote Access and Library Support

This guide is designed to help you start your Library research. Please feel free to email me if you get stuck, have additional research questions, would like to set up an appointment, or have other sources to include in the guide.

  • Try UC Library Search, our new online catalog, article search, and ILL system in one!

More about UC San Diego Library services during the Covid-19 campus response.

Off-Campus Access to Journals, Ebooks, and Databases:  Use AnyConnect VPN.

International & General Policy Research Tools

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There are a number of quality resources to search for public policy information including articles, reports, white papers, and government documents.

International Organization Directories

UC Library Search

UC Library Search

UC Library Search, accessible from the search box on the library's homepage, helps you locate books, film, music, maps, and various other materials at the UC San Diego Library and beyond. It also contains a limited number of online journal and newspaper articles. You may search by keyword, title, and author, and filter your search to what is available online. You can also place an interlibrary loan request through UC Library Search for materials at other UC campuses or libraries worldwide using your Single Sign-On credentials.

 

diagram showing UC Library Search including the local campus library, all UC Libraries, and some of Worldcat

 

UC Library Search is one part of your complete search.

UC Library Search does not include all the content to which the Library subscribes. To extend your search, try a database. The database you use depends on the topic or subject you have chosen and the type of information you need to access. You may choose among broad subject areas (e.g., biology, art, political science, etc.), as well as interdisciplinary databases or ones that search across multiple disciplines. 

You must also be logged into the VPN to access the information for any database with a blue lock icon. Blue lock icon

A-Z Databases

Search Engines

Search tip: Use these Google Custom Search Engines to search for current online documents, publications, and websites from international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, or governments:

 





 

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Your Librarian

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Annelise Sklar
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Geisel Library 2nd (main) floor, West wing
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