It has been awhile since I wrote about a website that provides quality scientific or technical research.
Enhancements continue at Congress.gov!
There are a large number of websites dedicated to the False Claims Act. Attorneys and legal professionals interested in this area of law are often searching for recent cases and news to remain current.
For readers who appreciate how words continue to evolve with our culture, check out Word Spy.
In 2009 I wrote about Wisconsin TechSearch, the University of Wisconsin College of Engineering document delivery program. It is six years later and it continues to be a valuable service.
The National Agricultural Library recently released a new search engine called PubAg.
With tax season upon us, many legal researchers search for basic tax rates and schedules.
The New Year brings a new legislative session. Most of us have a basic understanding of the legislative process, however many legal researchers are not familiar with every aspect of a bill’s journey.
Need to do some medical research and want to ensure that the websites you are searching contain reliable information?
I have to admit that, depending on the request, I can find tax research to be a bit intimidating.
When on a quest to find historical prices for consumer goods, many legal researchers will consult the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Open access publications, those publications that do not assess a cost to the reader, have been a research option for several years.
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