McPherson Library has been designated a "European Information Corner" (EUi) receiving a copy of most European Commission periodicals and orfficial publications The official publications contain information ranging from recent policy developments in most sectors of EU activity to statistics on trade, demographics, agriculture, transport, energy and economic indicators.
While the collections contain primarily Commission documents, material from the Council of Ministers, the European Parliament and the European Court of Justice can also be found in these centres.
Search the Main Library catalog by keyword "European Commission" to locate print publications.
Research Guide from LLRX.com, includes search tips for Eur-Lex websites and the European Parliament website.
Getting Started: A Quick Guide to the Documentation of the European Union
The How to series is a compendium of brief guides to finding official European Union documentation and information. It is a good place to get a quick overview of the relevant sources in any number of areas.
Europeana gives access to digital resources of Europe's museums, libraries, archives and audio-visual collections, such as books, paintings, films, museum objects and archival records. Around 1500 institutions such as the British Library in London, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, and the Louvre in Paris are featured alongside smaller organisations throughout Europe.
Douments from 1976 onwards. The archive covers the ‘TREVI’ Group on “Terrorism, Radicalisation and Extremist Violence,” (established by the governments of the then six EEC member states in 1976,) the period of “European Political Cooperation” during the 1980s, and the negotiations leading up to the Schengen and Maastricht Treaty frameworks, which set the parameters for justice and home affairs cooperation throughout the 1990s (from website).
This website offers free access to select publications and materials for the European Union. The EIA will be scaled back later in 2012; however, the site contains offical documents, a how to series guide, and other valuable publications such as Horizon 2020, a 102 page information guide to innovation and research funding for the years 2014 to 2020.