CAMLS Mini Blog
A weblog of the best information we've found this month
The National Endowment for the Humanities is accepting proposals for After-School-programs.
State Policies for all 50 States are available at Stateline.org, along with the latest state news, issues and government information:
Compiled resources on the terrrorist attacks:
The Library of Congress has worked with WebArchivist.org and The Internet Archive, to set up an archive of September 11th materials at http://220.127.116.11/main.plx .
Gale Offers Complimentary Web Access to Research Databases through October 31, 2001:
Daily updates on biological and chemical weapons from
American Association of University Presses: Books for Understanding September 11, 2001:
Alternet: Articles from alternative and independent presses, peace resources: http://www.alternet.org/issues/index.html?IssueAreaID=25
Research & Reference Resources on Events of September 11, 2001.
Includes links to television coverage archive and government documents
Speech & Transcript Center
Anthrax and Bioterorrism Webliography:
The New Yorker has compiled its articles relating to the terrorist attacks and archived them for free access:
The Ohio Department of Health has opened a (ODH) Bioterrorism Information Line. Ohio residents who have questions related to bioterrorism or related public health issues may call toll-free 1-866-936-4636.