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Trial of CQ Almanac Online Now Available!
A trial of CQ Almanac Online, a reference for studying the U.S. Congress, is available now through March 14, 2013. During this time, interested faculty, students and staff have full access to content by visiting library.cqpress.com/cqalmanac. Remember to be on the campus wired network, Case Wireless or VPN to gain full access. Users are encouraged to contact Brian Gray (email@example.com) with any feedback, comments or questions about the trial.
Time is limited, so check out CQ Almanac Online today!
• Renowned and authoritative coverage of the people, elections, legislation, and controversies in the U.S. Congress since 1945
• Accessible, in-depth review and analysis of legislation and policy for each year, organized by policy area
• Comprehensive roll call votes for all major legislation
• An unbiased look at the issues that mattered most in a given year
• Navigate with ease through over 60 years of congressional coverage
• Access tables, graphs, and charts that help explain the issues
• Browse by subject, decade, or by a particular year's table of contents
• Use Policy Tracker to explore a specific policy topic and see how it has changed over the years
• Save useful documents or frequent searches for future consultation
• Automatically generate citations in four styles with CQ Press's CiteNow! feature
More About CQ Almanac:
Since it was first published in 1946, CQ Almanac has been the definitive annual reference for studying the U.S. Congress. Building on the reporting and analysis done throughout the year by CQ's award-winning news staff, the Almanac offers original narrative accounts of every major piece of legislation that lawmakers considered during a congressional session. Arranged thematically, CQ Almanac organizes, distills, and cross-indexes for permanent reference the full year in Congress and in national politics. Its clear and concise language makes the Almanac an essential resource for scholars, journalists, interested citizens, and students of the U.S. legislative system.
Posted by Hannah Levy on February 26, 2013 08:29 AM