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Information about Supreme Court decisions from 1953-2008. Clicking on the "Analysis" section allows users to search for a specific decision. This database is a "definitive source for researchers interested in the U.S. Supreme Court." Information about each case available includes “the parties to the suit and the votes of the Justices.” A Getting Started section is helpful to first-time database users. Author/Publisher: Washington University in St Louis School of Law
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EBSCOhostThis link opens in a new windowEbscohost provides access to thousands of periodicals and journals, with approximately 9,000 unique titles in full-text. In addition, users may access other reference materials through this site. A portion of this database was funded through the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction, Library Division.
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Faced with a mountain of research to conduct, reading to do, and papers to write, students must work both efficiently and shrewdly. This three-section program tells how to identify and cite reliable online and offline sources of information, carve textbook chapters into manageable chunks, and outline and revise papers—all elements that are essential to getting the job done well.