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Bibliography

In addition to the print and online sources identified below, the University of Alberta Centenary Website cites sources throughout its various sections—History, Organization, and Achievements.

Print Resources

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Online Sources

History Trails is a website sponsored by the University of Alberta Alumni Association. It is dedicated to preserving knowledge of the University’s past and the many remarkable individuals whose lives and works are closely intertwined with its growth.

The University of Alberta Archives consists of material that is of continuing adminstrative, legal, or historical value. In addition to administrative and academic records, the Archives also collects University publications and the private papers of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and various university-related organizations.

Publications

The Faculty of Arts in Review is a semi-annual printed magazine showcasing and celebrating the work of the Faculty of Arts to its alumni and other external partners.

Folio is the University of Alberta’s official newspaper. It is published by the Office of Public Affairs every two weeks from September to June. Its mandate is to serve as a credible news source for internal audiences by communicating accurate and timely information about issues, programs, people, and events.

The Gateway is a publication of the U of A students’ Union. It has been published since 1910. Backissues from 2002 to the present are available online.

LawNow is a resource about the law, the legal process, and their relationship to life in Canada. LawNow is a magazine, email service, and website.

New Trail (archival issues available online)

The Orange is the Faculty of Education's alumni magazine. Published twice a year by the Faculty's Office of External Relations, The Orange is distributed to alumni, friends, faculty, students, and staff.



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