Searching the Web for information is something most of us do every day, but it can be difficult to keep track of the things you find. Join Lori Wamsley to learn about Evernote, a free online tool, that will let you store the websites, videos and images you find on the Web. Best of all, you can add your own notes, tags and reminders to the things you save and you can share what you’ve found with your friends and colleagues.
Focusing on current and emerging environmental issues, provides some full-text articles from the print publication.
Focusing on current and emerging environmental issues, provides some full-text articles from the print publication. Non-profit, independent publication. This is the online version of the award-winning print publication by the same name, which has been in publication for 19 years. Check out the "Green Directory."
Comprehensive searchable database of articles and statistics covering environmental, social and economic trends worldwide.
Comprehensive searchable database of articles and statistics covering environmental, social and economic trends worldwide. From the World Resources Institute, Research Topics include: Coastal and Marine Ecosystems, Water Resources and Freshwater Ecosystems, Climate and Atmosphere, Population, Health and Human Well Being, Econonics, Business and the Environment, and more. Special Collections include Poverty Resource and Waterseds of the World.
College-level e-books covering wide range of academic disciplines.
College-level e-books covering wide range of academic disciplines. 256,000 titles full-text, viewable through the EBSCOhost interface. Set up an optional user account to take advantage of all the features.
Keywords: EBSCOhost e-books, EBSCO e-books, net library, netlibrary
Pew's Economic Mobility Project (EMP) focuses public attention on economic mobility in the U.S.
Pew's Economic Mobility Project (EMP) focuses public attention on economic mobility---the ability to move up or down the income ladder within a lifetime, or from one generation to the next. By forging a broad and nonpartisan agreement on the facts, figures and trends in mobility, the project is generating an active policy debate about how best to improve economic opportunity in the United States and to ensure that the American Dream is kept alive for generations that follow.
Keywords: Pew Charitable Trust, Social Mobility, class warfare, middle class, social class