ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is an online collection of over 5,400 titles in the humanities and related social sciences. The collection includes monographs, special series, primary sources, and other works of lasting scholarly value.
The titles are recommended for inclusion by members of the societies that make up the American Council of Learned Societies, scholarly publishers who partner with HEB, and individual scholars/librarians. Titles (other than award-winners) are reviewed by the appropriate ACLS society to ensure that they are of high quality and lasting scholarly value. HEB adds 200-300 new titles to the collection annually.
Detailed reports on Canadian, US, and global industries including supply chain information on the market, historical and forecasted revenue data, operating strengths and weaknesses, analysis of external drivers, the competitive landscape and major players, and industry profit and costs benchmarks. Also includes summary reports and specialized reports on niche industries. Search or browse industry reports by key word of NAICS code.
Voici l’outil pédagogique par excellence sur l’actualité, conçu spécialement pour vos cours. C’est la seule ressource qui offre à vos élèves l’occasion d’examiner les grands enjeux de notre société au moment même où ils se déroulent.
Canada's premier current-event series for the classroom. Hosted by the CBC reporter Michael Serapio, News in Review provides the opportunity to delve into today's most important events as they unfold.
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With over 4.5 million records and more than 1,680 titles, CBCA Complete is ideal for anyone interested in current events, business, science, the arts, and education as produced in Canada. Includes 640 full-text periodicals and daily news sources (over 480 of which are Canadian), plus indexing to an additional 1,100 other titles (over 95% Canadian). Updated daily with full-text content (1985 to present) and bibliographic content (1971 to present).
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