WHAT IS IT AND HOW TO ACCCESS IT? Your complete email will serve as your logon. e.g. [email protected] We need to manually register you in a central database, so, please, write the commitment pledge legibly, especially your email. Within a week, a welcome message from eLibraryUSA will appear in your Inbox, along with your personal password. Go to http://elibraryusa.state.gov (note there is no www in the URL) Type in your complete email address: don’t forget the @ part of the email – and then type in your personal password in the space indicated. You know you are successful once you see ALL RESOURCES at the very top. Updated daily! Goes back to 1980 To see Title List; click on TOOLS at very top and then Title list – will give individual journal titles indexed in this database. This will give you an Excel Spreadsheet indicating the exact dates of when a specific journal was indexed and if full text or not. By clicking on ENGLISH at the very top, one can see the journals in a specific language (French) and then search those journals in French! You can listen to the text and download the MP3 files You can convert the text to PDF for a prettier look and feel You can translate the article into French, Spanish or Portuguese. You can download the article You can even take the PDF and download to your eReader – iPad or even to your Kindle Your eReader can display PDF documents without losing the formatting of the original file. Works for iPADs and Kindles! USB transfer to Kindle. Send PDF documents directly to your eReader (i.e. via your @Kindle address) or drag and drop PDF files from your computer to your eReader (when connected via USB). Clicking on Share, sends it to another iPad. This can only be done chapter by chapter. For additional information, please see your eReader's instruction guide Questions? Make sure to always consult the Quick Guide to the right of any database for specific information about what topics are covered and what time period is included. Please ask your IRC: Information Resource Center, for more information and assistance. SEARCHES eDISSERTATIONS, eTHESES, SCHOLARLY ARTICLES, THINK TANK REPORTS and PUBLICATIONS on any topic, not just Climate Change. The Search Engine may be found here: http://goo.gl/fA1re STEPHEN PERRY, IRO, U.S. EMBASSY ACCRA [email protected] Rita Awuku, IRC Director, Accra [email protected] Jennifer Yeboah, IRC Assistant, Accra [email protected] IRC ACCRA: [email protected] THANKS!