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Core Collections Impartial, authoritative, and regularly updated guides of the most highly recommended titles for reference, nonfiction and fiction books. All titles are chosen with guidance from review sources with expertise in the fields. It highlights materials that include many viewpoints and opinions,
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Fiction Core Collection Provides advice on the most highly recommended works (15,000 titles) of classic (popular, widely-read works) and contemporary (new literary and genre) fiction for a general adult audience and used for curriculum support. Some of the genres include mysteries, science fiction, graphic novels, fantasy, Westerns, and romance. Each title includes a full bibliographical description, helpful and informative descriptive abstract, excerpts from review sources including Library Journal, Booklist, Kirkus, and Publishers Weekly, with detailed information about publisher, date of publication, paging, price, ISBN, and Library of Congress control number, plus notes regarding sequels and publication history.
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Graphic Novels Core Collection Provides advice on the most highly recommended works (3,700 titles) with descriptive and evaluative annotations, cover art, review excerpts and awards the title has won. The graphic novels in this collection cover a wide variety of genres including adventure, biography, fantasy, superhero, horror, mystery, romance, science fiction, and more. Each title includes content descriptions and quotes from selected reviews and can be used for curriculum support.
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MLA Guide to Digital Literacy This book is a practical classroom guide for students so that they develop strategies for understanding, parsing, and assessing information—that is, gain digital literacy skills—and understand why those skills are useful in school and beyond.
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MLA Guide to Undergraduate Research in Literature The purpose of this book is to offer guidance to undergraduate students working on research assignments for their English and American literature classes.
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MLA Handbook Plus The MLA Handbook for writers of research papers and citing sources is now available online with annual updates and an easy-to-search interface, cross-linking of related material, and a split view that lets you see illustrations while reading corresponding content. It is the only authorized version of the full text of the ninth edition of the print handbook and includes the first editions of both the MLA Guide to Digital Literacy and the MLA Guide to Undergraduate Research in Literature.
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Patent Public Search (USPTO) Free, cloud-based platform combines the capabilities of the four search tools that were retired in October 2022: Public-Examiner’s Automated Search Tool (PubEAST), Public-Web-based Examiner’s Search Tool (PubWEST), Patent Full-Text and Image Database (PatFT), and Patent Application Full-Text and Image Database (AppFT) are now a;; searchable in one, new search page.
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