The information center has a large collection of books and electronic resources.
Materials are presented pertain to five main areas:
1. The best dictionaries published by Cambridge, Longman, and Oxford; Collection of Encyclopedias produced by the World Book and Encyclopedia Americana.
2. eLibrary USA (elibraryusa.state.gov) – resources about learning English, American history and culture, health, business, and more.
3. Literature on elections, presidents, political figures, political system of the U.S., U.S. Constitution, and the judicial system.
4. Business information, literature about economics, marketing.
5. Study guides for international exams such as TOEFL, GMAT, SAT with computer software and audio resources.
6. Information on linguistics, books on conversation, and dictionaries: slang, formal, and etymological.
7. Computers, iPads, Kindles.
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