Click on one of the listed newspapers and it will bring you to the website for that newspaper
Use this to prepare yourself for local news and customs.</li></ul>Online Resources:<br /><ul><li>U.S. Department of State : http://travel.state.gov/
Find out about how to get or renew your passport.
Click on “International Travel” and choose your destination: You’ll get a description of the country, the ability to enroll in a “Smart Traveler” program, entry/exit requirements, safety threats, medical information, and other important information to know before you travel.
Try the “Tips for Traveling Abroad” area for important planning information and helpful tips to consider before traveling internationally.
I would recommend browsing for your destination using the map rather than searching. You’ll get a great landing page for your destination, rather than having to navigate an onslaught of articles about it.
Click the arrows next to the star at the top of a list of places, hotels, restaurants, etc… to rearrange them based upon their rating.
Check the sidebar of any destination to get articles about that destination and to explore new aspects of it.
The librarians put together a lot of in-library resources for different areas of the world
Click on the Middle East Booklist to get books, movies, cds, music, and language learning resources from the library
The Western Europe bibliography will give you links to different databases that will give you useful information about the area.</li></ul>Quick Tip: Type “translate ______ into French” to get a translation of any word or phraseQuick Tip: Type “$___ into Euros” to get an up-to-date money exchange rate.<br />