Latin Americanist Research Resources Project
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|Title:||Latin Americanist Research Resources Project|
This project is one of the original pilot projects of the AAU/ARL Global Resources Program and USC is one of forty-four ARL Library members, along with ARL, the Mellon Foundation and several non-ARL Libraries. The Latin Americanist project promotes a distributed interdependent approach to collecting scholarly materials from Latin America to ensure access to more resources for scholars. USC's contributions include serving as a Beta site for development, testing and implementation of the Web-based ingest system; coordination, evaluation and quality control review for the Mexican and Argentine Presidential Messages (150,000 TIFF and GIF files) and regular contributions of table of contents for specified journals. The project's major components include: LAPTOC (Latin American Periodicals Table of Contents), Latin American Open Archives Portal (LAOAP), and Presidential Messages.
Bibliographic information of a cross-section of over 500 journals published in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Venezuela. Contains the database of presidential speeches from Mexico and Argentina, and links to databases, newspapers, organizations and other useful resources on Latin American Studies. This is a project of the Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) afiliated with the Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS) at the University of Texas, Austin.
Latin American studies--Periodicals--Databases.
|Geographic Coverage:||South America (continent)|
Early 21st Century (2001-2033)
Late 20th Century (1968-2000)
Middle 20th Century (1934-1967)
Early 20th Century (1901-1933)
Late 19th Century (1868-1900)
Middle 19th Century (1834-1867)
Early 19th Century (1801-1833)
Photographs / slides / negatives
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|Frequency of additions:||Irregularly|
Austin, Tex. : Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC), University of Texas (UT)
Text in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Began in 1990s.
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