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Introduction

This guide will help you locate statistics for your research.  The tabs above will help you find specific resources.  For more general sources, the "Starting Points" box on this page will help you get started with your research.

 

BSC Statistical Reference Books

These books will introduce you to part of our physical,  reference collection.  Also, keep in mind that many of these sources have up-to-date information online.

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CQ's State Fact Finder 2006 - Hovey, Kendra A.
Call Number: HN60 .C68
ISBN: 0872892913

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Historical Statistics of the United States - Carter, Susan B.
Call Number: HA202 .H57 2006 v.1
ISBN: 9780521584968

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The Almanac of American Education - Bernan Press
Call Number: LA217.2 .A45 2006
ISBN: 9781598880069

Starting Points

  • Lexis Nexis Statistical Insight
    Gives an extensive list of U.S. Federal Government Sources. You will need to perform a Google search with the name of the organization. For example, search "Council of Economic Advisors", and the site is the first link.
  • NationMaster
    This site provides comparative national statistics on a variety of topics. In many cases statistics can also be displayed as bar graphs, charts, or maps. Data sources include "the CIA World Factbook, United Nations, World Health Organization, World Bank, World Resources Institute, UNESCO, UNICEF and OECD." The site also offers other sections: such as single-country profiles, an encyclopedia, flags, and more.
  • StateMaster
    This site provides comparative U.S. state statistics on a variety of topics. In many cases statistics can also be displayed as bar graphs, charts, or maps. Data sources include the "US Census Bureau, FirstGov.gov, the FBI, Bureau of Justice, and various other governmental and non-profit organizations." The site also offers other sections: such as single-state profiles, flags, and maps.
 

E-Books

NetLibrary provides access to your library’s eContent collection.  eContent is the digital version of books, journals, and database content.  You can access your library’s eContent 24 hours a days, seven days a week.

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Other LibGuides

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