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This guide serves as a starting point to help you find information and resources on the subject of Emergency Management. Explore the navigation menu to find books, databases, journals, websites, and more.
Documents related to homeland security and cybersecurity policy, strategy and organizational management from sources including federal, state, and local governments; international governments and institutions; nonprofit organizations and private entities.
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Full access to the HSDL Collection and the News Digest Collection is available.
Access to the Restricted Collection is limited to U.S. Government officials (local, state, tribal, and federal) and active members of the U.S. military.
Browse content using the In Focus menu in the middle of your screen.
Use the drop down menus at the top of the page to view selected HDSL materials grouped by resource type.
Enclose terms in quotation marks to search for exact phrases: "cyber crimes".
Use an asterisk (*) at the end of the root of a word to find all variants: Terror* will find terror, terrorism, terrorist, etc.
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Bookshelves are based on your ERNIE login. (Older versions of bookshelves were overridden.)
A separate Ebook Central account is no longer required for the use of Bookshelf, highlighting, and downloading features.
You can add books to your Bookshelf by clicking on the Add to Bookshelf link located on the left of the book’s Detail Page or by placing a bookmark on any page within the book.
For most books the print/download limit is 40% of the book's pages. Printing or downloading a chapter or page range do the same thing and deduct in the same way based on the pages allowed. Both options create a PDF that does not expire.
Check the "Availability" section, on the Detail Page, or in the Book Details side panel to see how many copies are available and if it is for Online reading or Download, or both.
You can change the language of the interface by clicking on Settings in the naviagation bar and clicking on Language. Choose your language and save the changes.
Enclose terms in quotation marks to search for exact phrases: "crew resource management."
Use connectors AND, OR, NOT to separate terms and phrases: "flight crew" AND fatigue. Connectors must be capitalized.
Use an asterisk (*) at the end of a word root to find all variants: automat* will find automate, automated, automatic, and automation.
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