Home > ResourceBlog > Article

« All ResourceBlog Articles

 

Bookmark and Share   Feed

Tuesday, 28th September 2004

Canadian Studies: A Guide to the Sources

Resources, Reports, Tools, Lists, and Full Text Documents
Canada--Academic Resources
Source: St. Francis Xavier University
Canadian Studies: A Guide to the Sources
"This bibliographic essay originally appeared as 'Canadian Studies: A Core Collection,' CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries 35 (September 1997): 71-84, and since June 1999 has been regularly updated for the International Council for Canadian Studies World Wide Web Service."
--
Advertising--United States--Lists & Rankings
Source: Arbitron
Recently Released, Population Rankings (Radio Markets), Fall 2004 (Red Book)
"To understand the impact of the Fall 2004 population estimates update on individual markets, a comparison of Fall 2004 and Fall 2003 data is available."
--
FBI
Source: Dept. of Justice/Inspector General
Just Released, The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Foreign Language Program -- Translation of Counterterrorism and Counterintelligence Foreign Language Material (Unclassified/Redacted Executive Summary), Report No. 04-25, July 2004
A PDF version is also available.
--
Health Information
Two New Topic Pages/Compilations from MEDLINEplus
Source: NLM
+ MedlinePlus: Hip Replacement
+ MedlinePlus: Knee Replacement
--
Health Insurance--United States--Statistics
Source: Kaiser Family Foundation
Just Released, Latest Trends in Uninsured Population and Health Coverage

Views: 828




« All ResourceBlog Articles

 

FreePint

FreePint supports the value of information in the enterprise. Read more »


FeedLatest FreePint Content:


All FreePint Content »
FreePint Topics »


A FreePint Subscription delivers articles and reports that support your organisation's information practice, content and strategy.

Find out more and order a FreePint Subscription by visiting the
completing our online form: Subscription Order page.


FreePint Testimonials

"The CoP provides a great opportunity to talk, listen and share ideas. It is beneficial to get input from peers. You do pick up feedback from ..."

Read more testimonials and supply yours »






 

 
 
 

Register

Register to receive the free ResourceShelf Newsletter, featuring highlighted posts.

Find out more »

Article Categories

All Article Categories »

Archive

All Archives »