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Did you know that LexisNexis Academic includes Consumer Reports and Product Reviews?
Are you doing research on a household item? Do you need current information for your business class on automotive recalls? Besides research, are you on the cusp of a major purchase and just want to read some reviews?
One of the newest forms in the enhanced version of LexisNexis Academic is the "Consumer Information" form. In the Subject Areas section, navigate to the Consumer Information form. There, you will see sources such as: Consumer Reports; Homewares, Appliances, and Electronics Stories; Home Decorating and Renovation Magazines; etc.
These sources can help you find recent or historical coverage on Consumer Information. Buyer Beware!
Libraries can link directly to this form via this URL:
To learn more about this form, visit our wiki article/help text by clicking here.
--Jennifer Matheny 12:20, 24 Aug, 2010 (EDT)
In the US Legal section, navigate to the "Landmark Cases" form to see a list of Landmark Supreme Court cases. These cases are arranged by topic and include subjects like: Elections, Civil Rights, Capital Punishment, and Freedom of Religion.
Libraries can link directly to this form via this URL: http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/lnacademic/?verb=sf&sfi=AC07STLandmarkCases.
To learn more about this form, visit our wiki article/help text by clicking here. Go! Try it out!
--Jennifer Matheny 12:15, 17 Aug, 2010 (EDT)