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The library maintains a periodical collection of over 90 titles. Subcollections include:

Popular: Around 60 titles. Includes general interest magazines such as Newsweek, People Weekly, and Consumer Reports. Current issues are shelved in the area signed Magazines. Older issues are kept from three months to two years depending on demand, issue frequency, and space. Older issues are shelved in the area signed Back Issues. Back issues with barcodes may be checked out. The check out period is two weeks with renewals allowed. A user may have no more than seven issues of a title checked out at any one time. Scholarly: The library has a handful of scholarly journals. These are used to support the curricula of the area colleges. Titles include Journal of Substance Abuse and The Journal of Community Psychology. Current issues and back issues are both shelved in the area signed Back Issues. These are not available for check out.
Children's: 8 titles. Includes periodicals intended for children such as Kids Discover, National Geographic World, and Turtle. Older issues are typically kept for 6 months. Current issues and older issues are shelved together in the Children's Room. Back issues with barcodes may be checked out. The check out period is two weeks with renewals allowed. A user may have no more than seven issues of a title checked out at any one time. Young Adult: 2 titles. Includes periodicals intended for children located in the youth area. Older issues are typically kept for 6 months. Older issues are shelved in the area signed Back Issues. Back issues with barcodes may be checked out. The check out period is two weeks with renewals allowed. A user may have no more than seven issues of a title checked out at any one time. Circulation Desk: Area phone books. Inquire at the circulation desk if you wish to use them. These may only be used in the library. Newspaper: 4 titles. Includes the Air Force Times, Barron's, Federal Times, and the Las Cruces Sun-News.  Current issues are shelved on the left as you enter the library. Older issues are retained from one to twelve months and are shelved in the area signed Back Issues. These are not available for check out.

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to the periodicals held locally, the library also provides fulltext access to over 3000 journals and newspapers through various online subscription services. Titles include Foreign Affairs, The Economist, The Air Force Journal of Logistics, and many others. Fulltext titles are available through our databases.
Online Publications
Air & Space Power Journal
Application Development Trends
Campus Technology
Defense ARJ
Marine Corps Gazette
Military Review
State Magazine
Air Force Comptroller
Armed Forces Journal
CertCities.com
Defense AT & L Magazine
Microsoft Certified
Naval Aviation News
Air Force Magazine
Army Logistician Sustainment
Citizen Airman
Federal Computer Week
Military Aerospace Technology
Soldiers Online
US Government Printing Office
Airman Magazine
BI This Week
Code One
Government Health IT
Military Law Review

Strategic Studies Quarterly
VFW Magazine







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