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Library Databases A-Z   Tags: databases, library resources, research  

Alphabetical listing of the Library's databases
Last Updated: Jul 9, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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  • Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium (TRAC)
    TRAC is a comprehensive, live intelligence repository / e-research center designed for use by government and defense professionals, scholarly researchers, students, and the general public. TRAC includes over 6,000 web pages of historical and current articles on ideologies, terrorist targets, and tactics; profiles of vulnerable regions; a master index and profiles of 3,800 identified terrorist groups and groups known to aid and abet terrorist organizations; a Chatter Control section that monitors current news and analysis sources continuously throughout the day and posts real-time feeds to the site that are later cataloged and archived; a Resources and Tools section that includes a host of links to web sites, think tanks, organizations, counter-terrorism analysis, and much more terrorism-related information; and a Consortium Network of 2,800 terrorism specialists from around the world who can communicate with each other via the resource.

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