Title: September 11, 2001 Research Guide
Author: University of Massachusetts Amherst.
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Annotation: This is a large, well organized, extremely useful research center for 9/11 related topics run by the Univeristy of Massachusetts. The site is organized into the categories September 11th and aftermath, terrorism, Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaida, Afghanistan, government information, peace studies, resources for educators. After deciding on a category the viewer is lead to a wealth of information and helpful links. There is also community resource section with an array offerings such as video footage of panel discussions discussing 9/11 and college responses to 9/11.
Excerpt: The tragic events of September 11, 2001 and their aftermath have affected our campus community deeply, leading us to attempt to "understand the unthinkable," to ask questions and seek answers. As the largest public academic research library in Massachusetts, we hope you use the resources at the UMass Amherst Libraries to their fullest. Our staff will assist you in your search for understanding of this complex issue. In this web site we offer information and research guides for several topics that have taken on a new and growing sense of urgency.
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