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Homeland Security & Emergency Management: About

Library Locations

The main ISU library is located in Pocatello, but there are also libraries at the Idaho Falls and Meridian campuses.

Eli M. Oboler Library
850 South 9th Avenue
Pocatello, Idaho 83209-8089
Phone: (208) 282-2958
Fax: (208) 282-5847

ISU Library- Idaho Falls
1776 Science Center Drive, Room 250
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
Phone:  (208) 282-7906

ISU Library- Meridian
1311 E. Central Dr.
Meridian, ID 83642
Phone: (208) 373-1817
Fax: (208) 373-1768
Email: whitkri5@isu.edu

About

This guide serves as a starting point for students, faculty, staff, and the general public who are interested in the subject of Homeland Security and Emergency Management and using resources available through the Eli M. Oboler Library at Idaho State University. 

Use the navigation tabs above to:

  • Review search tips and strategies
  • Find journals, databases, catalogs, and other search systems
  • Find recommended sources for reports, data, and statistics
  • Find primary sources in Special Collections and Archives
  • Request materials through Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
  • Review APA citation and style guidelines
  • Find student research papers
  • Find contact information for the library to ask for library or research help

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Health Science Librarians

For assistance with your research, please email one of our Health Science Librarians, Benjamin Bolin or Kristin Whitman

 

 

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Are you an instructor? Would you like a librarian to teach your class to use these resources?  We are happy to help!  Visit the library Instructional Services page to learn more. 

Are you looking for help on how to access the Library's services? We offer a series of tutorials to help you find what you need! Visit the library Tutorial page to learn more.

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