Junior Statesmen Jr Statesmen

Jr Statesmen - Summer 2017 - Instructor: JSA Summer School

A guide for the Junior States of America (JSA) Summer Camp students.

Selected Article Databases

Below is a list of key article databases that contain scholarly articles, research reports, magazine and some news articles, and industry reports.

Ipswich, MA : EBSCO Pub.
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Ipswich, Mass. : EBSCO Publishing]
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Ipswich, Mass. : EBSCO Pub., c2005-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Ann Arbor, Mich.] : ProQuest Information and Learning Company.
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Bethesda, Md.] : Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, 2001-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource

Government Information Resources

These databases are particularly useful for US Federal, US State, and International government resources.

[Bethesda, Md.] : Congressional Information Service ; [Miamisburg, Ohio] : Proquest
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Monterey, CA : Center for Homeland Defense & Security, Naval Postgraduate School, [2005-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Washington, D.C. : U.S. Government Printing Office.
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Washington, D.C. : CQ Press
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Buffalo, NY : William S. Hein & Co., [2000]-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Sacramento?] : Legislative Counsel, State of California, [1994]-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[New York] : The Library
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Washington D.C.] : World Bank Group
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Washington, D.C.] : OECD
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
[Washington, D.C.] : World Bank Group
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
New York [etc.] St. Martin's Press [etc.]
Green Library » Information Center: Reference » JA51 .S7 ED.153 2017
[Stanford, Calif.] : [Stanford University Library and Information Services, Jonsson Library of Government Documents]
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Los Angeles, Calif. : Center for Governmental Studies, [2008]-
Stanford University Libraries » Online resource » eResource
Washington, D.C., National Journal Group Inc.
Green Library » Current periodicals

Statistical Sources

Congressional Rules on Procedure and Ethics

Computers, Printing, Scanning, Checking Out Books

Public kiosks are available for your use on the First Floor of Green East. The kiosks give you access to the internet, the catalog (Searchworks), and most databases and e-journals. They also have Microsoft Office and Adobe Reader. Print, copy, scan Printing in the Libraries now requires your Stanford ID Card or a Stanford Printing Card. Printing Cards are available at the circulation/loan desks at any Stanford Libraries location. You will need to add funds to your card using a debit or credit card prior to printing.
  • Faculty, staff, and other Stanford ID card holders: add funds to your Stanford ID by visiting the Stanford Print/Copy Credits page.
  • No Stanford ID: obtain a Stanford Printing Card from the circulation/load desk and go to the Stanford Print/Copy Credits page to add funds to the card. A one-time $5 card fee will be added to new Printing Card during the first transaction.
  • NOTE: Cash is not accepted for printing and copying.
  • Black & white print and copy will be $0.12 per printed side of page. If you print or copy a two sided document (duplex) you will be charged $0.24.
  • Color print and copy will be $0.16 per printed side of page. If you print or copy a two sided document (duplex) you will be charged $0.
  • The print/copy machines also function as scanners. There is no cost for scanning.You can scan and copy microfilm to your flash drive, or email to yourself using a web-based email account.
Printing from a library kiosk
  • Choose File --> Print from within the application. From the Print window, choose SecurePrint-IDauth for the printer.
  • Click Print. A pop-up window will appear.
  • Enter your 9-digit Stanford ID number or Stanford Printing card number (located on the front of the card).
  • Click Ok/Close to print.
  • Print job(s) will be sent to the print server and will be available to access at any printer/copier in the Libraries or in student computing areas across campus.
At the printer:
  • Tap your Stanford ID card or Printing Card on the printer's card reader.
  • Press the Secure Print icon.
  • Select each job you would like to print, or use the Select All button to select all documents to print.
  • Select Print+Keep to print and save the job for future access, or select Print+Delete to permanently remove the print job from your project list.
Copy Photocopying is available on the same machines where print jobs are released. To make a copy, follow the below steps:
  • Tap your Stanford ID card or Printing Card on the printer's card reader.
  • Place documents face up in the top loader or face down on the glass.
  • Select the Copy icon.
  • Press the Green Start button. Once your documents are copied, press Logout.
Scan There is no charge to scan, as long as scanned documents are emailed. Charges will be applied if scans are printed. In order to scan to email, follow the below steps:
  • Tap your Stanford ID card or Printing Card on the printer's card reader.
  • Select the Scan and Send icon.
  • Press the “To my email” button and press OK located on the display panel.
  • Press the Green Start button. Once your documents are scanned, press Logout.
Accessing and Checking out books:
  • You will only be able to check out books from Green or our overflow libraries (SAL libraries).
  • For books listed as being in Green Library Stacks, use the Find It button on the Searchworks record.
  • Sometimes the item location will be "SAL". SAL items may be paged to Green Library by clicking on the "Request" link.
  • Check with your RAs about holding or checking out books. Some programs have hold shelves at the Circulation Desk for books to be checked out.