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Database Name Description
Readers' Guide Retrospective: 1890-1982This standard index to U. S. periodicals of broad, general, and popular character provides a well-balanced selection of nontechnical magazines representing all the important scientific and humanistic subject fields. The periodicals represent a detailed account of American cultural life from 1890 to 1982.  How to Search This Database
ReferenceUSAReferenceUSA provides data for business and consumer research. Whether you need to create a marketing plan or just locate people, ReferenceUSA contains directory information for over 20 million businesses and 222 million persons. Data can be sorted by location and radius, company size, business description, and can be mapped. Demographic, lifestyle, and economic information can also be mixed and matched and overlaid on maps. Find churches, childcare centers, doctors, or compare neighborhoods by home values, density, and household income, ReferenceUSA can help.
Incorporates 75 business journals, newspapers and newswires covering all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States. Indexing and full-text access run from the mid-1980Â’s to present. An excellent source for local business news.  How to Search This Database
Religion and Philosophy CollectionCovers topics such as world religions, major denominations, biblical studies, religious history, epistemology, political philosophy, philosophy of language, moral philosophy, the history of philosophy and ethics. Over 300 full-text journals can be searched, most in native (searchable) PDF, over 250 of those titles peer-reviewed. Coverage runs from 1975 to present. An essential tool for researchers of theology and philosophical studies. How to Search This Database
RePEc: research papers in economicsRePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in 63 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized database of working papers, journal articles and software components.  How to Search This Database
HeritageQuestÂ’s Revolutionary War Records database contains scanned copies of over 80,000 pension and bounty-land-warrant application files for soldiers and their widows who served in the American army and navy during the Revolutionary War. The database is searchable by name, state, and branch of service. Most of the records are from the early 1800s and contain unique and revealing personal information about each applicant, making them a valuable source for genealogical information.
RIA Checkpoint contains comprehensive federal, state and local, and international tax resources, including information, insights and tools on tax, pensions, benefits, estate planning and corporate finance topics. The centralized search interface provides an entire spectrum of tax information: complete tax law, expert analysis, practitioner insights, tax related news, cases, rulings and more.
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Once this process is finished, you can access Checkpoint from any computer that has internet access. If you need additional assistance with RIA Checkpoint, please contact Loreen Henry, Alexander Rodriguez, or call the Reference Desk at 972-883-2643 for further information.
Rosetta StoneRosetta Stone is an online language learning program. Lessons for more than 20 languages include levels of competency form Level 1 (basic conversational skills) to Level 5 (a deeper proficiency). Users need to set up a personal account and should use headphones with a microphone to take full advantage of the learning experience.



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