DKL Launches Digital Archive of 'Everything NPS'
Ammon, Grant P.
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The Naval Postgraduate School's Dudley Knox Library has announced the launch of an extensive online institutional archive. The electronic repository, known as Calhoun, was created to bring NPS' scholarly contributions together, creating an easily searchable collection of scholarly, instructional and institutional publications and research products authored by members of the NPS community.
A news article on the occasion of the launch of NPS Archive: Calhoun. Team members: back row: Sergio Topete, Luke Pederson, Simon Brown, Carlos Villanueva. Front row: Dorothy Nath, Melinda Nakagawa, Irene Berry. Published in the April 2012 issue of Update NPS.
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