This guide, created by Library faculty member Dr. Deborah Lee, provides an overview of resources in the area of agricultural economics, including topics such as agribusiness, natural resource economics, environmental economics, and agricultural trade. The goal is to provide an introduction to a few resources in this area.
This guide, created by Library faculty member LaDonne Delgado, provides an introduction to resources related to the areas of agricultural information science and education. This interdisciplinary area of study emcompasses the subjects of agricultural education, extension education, adult education, outreach, 4-H, FFA, supervised agricultural experience, experiential learning, problem solving, diffusion adoption, planned change, young farmers, volunteers, volunterism, staff development, evaluation, and educational research. Users are encouraged to consult other research guides in these areas. This guide includes a selective introduction to databases, web resources and books related to this topic.
This guide provides an introduction to resources related to the study of Wildlife, Fisheries & Aquaculture. For further assistance with any of these resources or with any questions, please contact Library faculty member Brad Brazzeal or use our Ask-A-Librarian service.
This guide has been especially designed for MSU faculty and staff working with 4-H, as part of the library's Electronic Library Link (ELL) program. It provides information on library resources and services as well as external links of interest.
This website has been especially designed for the faculty and staff of MSU-ES and MAFES. These links will further explain the services of the University Libraries. We look forward to helping you serve the people of Mississippi. We provide specialized research and library support for MAFES and MSU-ES employees. We offer consultations virtually or face-to-face, instant messaging and email support, as well as distance and in-person workshops. Our areas of specialty include research databases, finding library materials, locating sources that are difficult to find, and using social media for extension.