School of Industrial and Labor Relations home
I. Starting Points for Labor Research
II. Reference
To find specific facts, online dictionaries, maps, etc.
III. Electronic Resources / Public Libraries
Use your public library card to access the "invisible Internet": databases of newspaper & magazine articles & reference material.
IV. Search Engines & Directories
Both search engines & directories can be used to locate information on the Internet. The difference: search engines are computer programs that match terms to web sites, directories are web sites arranged by subject by human beings.
V. Labor Union News
VI. Labor Relations Centers, Labor Centers & Labor-Related Organizations
VII. Labor Union Directories
VIII. Labor Union Sites (Selected)
IX. Collective Bargaining
X. Organizing
XI. Union Administration & Contract Administration
XII. Labor and the Arts
XIII. Labor and the Internet
XIV. Labor History
XV. Statistical Sites
XVI. Company Information
XVII. Legislative Information
XVIII. Law, Government & Politics
XIX. Labor Law Resources
XX. News Sites
Online news stories from newspapers & other media.
XXI. Labor Journalism