Supplemental readings are available through classroom Lessons and Resources and EDMG APUS Library portal.
APUS APA Style Guide
Please click on the Library link in the classroom
Among other resources, bellow is an sample list of peer-reviewed resources available through APUS Library, you should consider in your research. These resources are searched through the library databases:
The Journal of Emergency Management, Disaster Recovery Journal, Journal of Crises and Contingencies, Journal of Applied Security Research, Risk Management, Public Administration Review, CRC Press Homeland Security Library, Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning, European Journal of Operational Research, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, Annual Review of Political Science, Public Works Management and Policy, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Business Continuity and Resiliency Journal, International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management, Journal of Business Logistics, International Journal of Management, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, Journal of Traumatic Stress, Military Medicine, Psychiatric Services, Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, Journal of American College Health, World Institute For Disaster Risk Management Proceedings, Urban Affairs Review, Environmental Hazard, American Behavioral Scientist, Expert Systems with Applications, Civil Engineering Dimension, Information Management, Journal of Policy History, Communications of the ACM, Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Journal of Chemical Health & Safety.
Supplemental emergency management resources
Students are also encouraged to use Internet information sources in addition to peer-reviewed, academic resources through the library databases and a listing of websites will be provided. Students may subscribe to discussion lists for a variety of disaster organizations and related professions and receive email notifications of major earthquakes and other disasters, federal disaster relief announcements, job announcements, research opportunities, and other relevant professional news from the field. The United Nations conducts Internet conferences periodically and information is also available in English on emergency management programs and activities in Canada, Australia, Japan, and other nations. Students should become familiar with the following sites:
www.fema.gov - for basic information on the federal emergency management system, reports, legal documents, training and planning documents, and status reports on disasters, as well as links to state and local emergency management agencies (including a link to the Georgia Emergency Management Agency).
www.colorado.edu/hazards - for information regarding specific hazards, full texts of the Natural Hazards Center's series of working papers and quick response reports for recent disasters, and other information sources.
www.emforum.org - for general information provided by the Emergency Management Infrastructure Partnership, which includes public agencies, private firms, nonprofit organizations, and universities. The partnership sponsors informal chat sessions and online presentations (beginning Wednesdays at noon) and posts papers, documents, and other materials on the web.
www.IAEM.com - International Association of Emergency Managers – students should be familiar with this site, and are required to the IAEM Emergency Management Discussion List.
Microsoft Office (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint)
Adobe Acrobat Reader (Click here for free download)