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Lincoln Resource Center
 
Lincoln Corner collection. (US Embassy photo)

A sampling of the Lincoln Corner collection.

The Lincoln Resource Center is the Information Resource Center of the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. 

Lincoln Corners Malaysia (PDF 566kb)

The Lincoln Resource Center has partnered with several Malaysian public libraries to make available to the public special Americana collections called Lincoln Corners. Today there are eight Lincoln Corners in public libraries in Kuala Lumpur (KL City Library), Johor (Sultan Ismail Library), Penang (Georgetown & Seberang Jaya), Kedah (Alor Setar), Kelantan (Kota Bharu), Melaka and Sarawak (Kuching) click here - PDF 566kb.

Special collections of high quality U.S. publications and multimedia products are available for reference or viewing at the Lincoln Corners or for loan. The Lincoln Corners also feature special seminars and other programs which enable Malaysians and Americans to discuss topics of mutual interest and/or to share ideas and learn from each other’s experience. State-of-the-art digital video conferencing facilities donated to the Lincoln Corners in KL, Sarawak, and Kedah enable additional programming in this dynamic and globalized world comprising different time zones. Call the Lincoln Corner near you for reference inquiries about the U.S. or call (tel: 03-2168 5000) or send an e-mail (IRCKualaLumpur@state.gov) to the Lincoln Resource Center at the U.S. Embassy. 

Our resources include some of the newest technologies, including iPads, electronic databases, in addition to high quality American books, journals, and DVDs, among other resources.  The Lincoln Resource Center website http://usembassymalaysia.org.my/lincoln/lincoln.htm

provides links to a wide range of useful and authoritative resources. The resources, all useful educational materials will be valuable to  to Malaysian students and other youth, researchers, and the general public.

Our resources include some of the newest technologies, including iPads, electronic databases, in addition to high quality American books, journals, and DVDs, among other resources.  The Lincoln Resource Center website provides links to a wide range of useful and authoritative resources. The resources, all useful educational materials will be valuable to  to Malaysian students and other youth, researchers, and the general public.

Lincoln Resource Center (LRC), originally known as the U.S. Information Service (USIS) library, opened its doors to the Malaysian public on February 15, 1950 and continues to provide the most up-to-date and accurate information about U.S. policies, education, geography, history, society, culture, etc.

Named after President Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln Resource Center provides reference and referral services on all aspects about the United States of America. Fields covered include foreign affairs, U.S. political and social processes, economics, finance, trade, education, biotechnology, arts, culture, etc.

Our resources include books, journals, videos, DVDs, electronic databases including EbscoHost, etc. The Lincoln Resource Center is located in the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, 376 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur. Please call 03 2168 5000 or email us at IRCKualaLumpur@state.gov or contact a Lincoln Corner near you, for information about the U.S. and related research.

Disclaimer: This site is produced and maintained by the Lincoln Resource Center. Links to other Internet sites should not be construed as an endorsement of the views contained therein.

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Lincoln Corners Malaysia

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Issue in Focus

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Webliography

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LRC Newsletter

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