Barbara Fullerton and Sabrina I. Pacifici‘s recommendations focus on subject area and issue-centric sites to facilitate obtaining search results that are better targeted to the scope of your requests. Whether you are looking for government data, blogs, RSS feeds, video, podcasts, news or scientific papers, this guide will serve you well.
The administration’s unprecedented plan to have the Forest Service sell large tracts of National Forest is the topic of Beth Wellington’s commentary this month.
Sarah Spear’s guide distinguishes the LLC from other common forms of business entity, discusses the various LLC management structures, highlights businesses thriving as LLCs and some of the tax advantages realized by the LLC.
Terri Wilson suggests some creative pursuits that will not stress you in terms of time or cost, but from which you may receive great satisfaction.
Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen address the learning opportunities that arise when a research assignment involves unfamiliar issues or areas.
In honor of Workers’ Memorial Day on April 28, Beth Wellington reviews a book on a pioneering group of workers who “lead one of the largest employee buyouts in U.S. history,” authored by a university librarian.