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This business collection contains thousands of full-text articles covering business trends and economic conditions, corporate strategies, management techniques, and product information from a variety of publications, including The Economist, that provide international coverage of these subjects.
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A new searchable database of selected digitized items from the Virginia Room's photographic archive. Featured are downloadable images of historic Fairfax County buildings, events, people, places, and more. Check back frequently as new images are uploaded every week.
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Provides a selection of state-specific (and multi-state) legal forms and other resources for real estate, wills & estate planning, marriage, bankruptcy, divorce, landlord / tenant, and other issues. Also included are informative articles, legal Questions & Answers, definitions of legal terms, and a directory of attorneys listed by state.
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JuniorLibraryGuild Digital collections for preK-12
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Helping kids and teens find their next favorite title or author, NoveList offers fiction and nonfiction recommendations based on interests, characters, reading level, and the many other qualities that readers look for in a great read. Also provides series information, reviews, lists of award winners, and tools for parents and teachers.
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Profiles of Virginia is designed to provide just the right data and insight into the makeup of the state of Virginia. It provides the details and demographic information that researchers or grant writers need and can also act as curriculum support for high school and college research papers. This data provides critical information that can mean success in projects whether in community or government grants and funding or political science, sociology, history, civics and current events.
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Provides adapted material to facilitate research and understanding for readers of all ages who have a basic foundation in English literacy. Access articles and reference sources covering science, math, history, culture, civics, literature, and life skills topics, while developing reading and study skills. Also provides quizzes (with answers) and other educator resources for students and teachers.
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For globetrotters and armchair travelers alike, offers interactive language learning of some of the world's most popular languages, including American Sign Language (ASL) and English for Spanish or Japanese speakers. Practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing a new language with 120 grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation lessons per level.
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Offers lifelong learning courses in over 30 subject areas, many of which offer continuing education units (CEUs), with more than 500 courses available, all designed and led by professional instructors.
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