Confused about Provisional Patent Applications?

Check out the slides from a presentation by Sue A. Purvis, the USPTO’s Innovation and Outreach Coordinator for the New York City Region.


National Friends of Libraries Week, October 18-24

Thank you to all of the people in Arizona who support their local Friends of the Library groups. From fundraising and book sales, to the occasional help with shelving, your contributions to your library and community are invaluable.

Three Great Sources for Arizona Economic Info!

aefall15Ever wonder about the economy? Have an interest in economic data? Here are three publications available in the Arizona State Government Publications Collection on the Arizona Memory Project.

Arizona’s Workforce

Arizona’s Workforce is a monthly publication of Arizona employment statistics. Not only does it keep you up-to-date with the state’s employment rate, it has data by economic sector and metropolitan statistical area (so you can see figures for the Flagstaff area, for example).

Arizona’s Economy

Arizona’s Economy is a quarterly publication published by the University of Arizona’s Economic and Business Research Center. In addition to economic data, each edition of the publication includes a few in-depth articles covering topics of interest. The current issue covers Arizona’s 30 year economic outlook, the aging of the population, and renting versus owning in Pima County’s housing market.

Monthly Fiscal Highlights

Monthly Fiscal Highlights is the source for state budget information. In addition to state revenues, it includes a section on monthly economic indicators (state and national) and a summary of recent agency reports giving a concise update on individual state agency’s projects and financial activities.

Have old family photographs?


Have an old letter or other paper-based object you’d like to preserve? Appointments are available for one-day only on 10/14 with Arizona State Conservator Siegfried Rempel of the Arizona State Archives. Call 602-926-3720 and schedule your appointment today! The appointments will be in the Polly Rosenbaum Archives and History Building located near the state capitol mall at 19th avenue, just south of Jefferson street in Phoenix.