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The UAS Ketchikan Campus Library is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Additionally, library staff are available for research, database, and e-collections assistance by phone, email, and one-on-one Zoom conferencing. Finally, one of our staff members hosts a library-centered Discord server that students may ask to join. The server allows students to reach that staff member outside of normal business hours and gives centralized, easy-to-use access to chat, voice, video, and desktop sharing options.

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Government Documents on the Web

Documents about Alaska

Glaciers: Clues to Future Climate
Includes fantastic photographs of glaciers from Alaska and around the world, as well as fascinating information about the relationship between the climate and glaciers.

Constancy and Cover of Plants in the Petersburg and Wrangell Districts, Tongass National Forest, and Associated Private and Other Public Lands, Southeast Alaska
This document provides a comprehensive description and inventory of the vegetation of the Stikine area of Southeastern Alaska.

Schools, Principals, and Teachers Serving American Indian and Alaska Native Students
A survey of education statistics regarding Native American and Alaskan Native students, teachers, graduation rates, and schools.


Students in Service to America: A Guidebook for Engaging America's Students in a Lifetime of Service
This guide suggests ways that service-learning can be incorporated into the classroom, as well as encourages President Bush's initiative for all citizens to serve their country for two years.

Identity Development of Multi-Racial Youth
What is the definition of multi-racial? This article addresses the advantages and disadvantages and disadvantages for multiracial youth, as well as explores who fits into this identity.


Agroforestry: Working Tress for Agriculture
Agroforestry combines agriculture and forestry, namely putting trees to work for agriculture. This report suggests practices to use trees to support agricultural growth such as wind blocks, and alley cropping.

Other Interesting Documents

Home Sweet Home - Improvement  Are you planning to do home renovation? This document gives helpful advice on vital aspects of home improvement - hiring a contractor, payment options, contracts, and more.

Our National Marine Sanctuaries
For 30 years National Marine Sanctuaries have been in operation through NOAA. This report looks at the various sanctuaries in the U.S. and the marine animals that dwell within their protected waters.

Popular Baby Names
How popular was your name when you were born? This site lists the 1000 most popular names of each decade since 1900. Check out the change in chosen names, and those that have remained popular through the century.


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