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Six databases on trial

Currently there are six active trials to databases. Please note the end dates and the use of passwords for two of them. We will be glad to receive your feedback.


Accounting and Tax with Standards
(ProQuest) through 10/21/08

Search key accounting standards from FASB, GASB, and IASB along with top accounting literature. Standards content includes Original Pronouncements, Statements, Interpretations, Board Opinions, AICPA Interpretations, Current Text, EITF Abstracts and much more. International in scope, this product has in-depth coverage of accounting policies, state and national tax legislation, corporate taxation, as well as related accounting topics such as auditing, compensation, pension plans, and financial management.

Password is usfbiz2008

Proquest Entrepreneurship through 10/21/08

Search worldwide publications and multi-media related to the topic of Entrepreneurship. Intended to bridge theory with practice, the Entrepreneurship database covers a wide spectrum of resources useful to educators, researchers, students and practitioners. Content ranges from the scholarly – including journals, dissertations, working papers and conference proceedings – to a full toolkit of practical guides, templates, forms, sample business plans, and tips from successful entrepreneurs.

Password is usfbiz2008

Science Signaling through 12/31/08

Science Signaling is a resource for groundbreaking research and commentary in the dynamic field of cellular signaling. Topics range from basic science to design of therapeutics and from molecules to networks and systems design. Weekly original, peer-reviewed research articles have been added as of September 2008. Science Signaling gives instant access to the concepts and methods leading to breakthroughs in signal transduction
with weekly editions that combine the distinctive features of Science’s STKE with the new journal’s features:
• Original, peer-reviewed full-text articles (fall 2008)
• Perspectives, scientist-written opinion articles about recently published research and methods
• Reviews of peer-reviewed articles summarizing the latest developments in cell signaling research
• Protocols presenting important lab techniques and guidance on experimental methods
• Database of Cell Signaling, an interactive database of components of cellular signaling pathways and their relationships, updated regularly
• Virtual Journal of full-text access to signal transduction articles provided by participating publishers (visit www.sciencesignaling.org/literature/vj for further information on this feature)

LexisNexis Congressional Research Digital Collection Historical Archive through 10/31/08

(CRS) was established within the Library of Congress to provide Members, committees, and congressional staff with nonpartisan and objective research and analysis on all public policy issues. Currently, the CRS research divisions are American Law; Domestic Social Policy; Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade; Government and Finance; Knowledge Services; and Resources, Science and Industry. When the collection is complete in 2009, users will be able to access volumes of the Record and its predecessors from the current day back to 1789 either in a unified LexisNexis Congressional search or as a search unique to the Record for roll call voting, information on Senators and Members of Congress, even specific pages, bills or laws, with HTML links to daily digest text, related publications, and other speakers and subjects. Online coverage of daily versions of the Record will remain available in LexisNexis Congressional from 1985 to date.

LexisNexis Congressional Hearings Digital Collection 1824-1979 through 10/31/08

LexisNexis Congressional Hearings Digital Collection 1980-2003 through 10/31/08

Congressional hearings are a treasure trove of information and have long been among the library’s most used collections. With the addition of this prospective hearings module of the Congressional Hearings Digital Collection, this database now includes abstracting, indexing, bibliographic information, and searchable PDFs for Congressional hearings from 1824-present.

For access these databases and other library resources visit http://www.poly.usf.edu/library. Click on “Search the databases” to begin.

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