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Capital Times and Wisconsin State Journal jobs section

Tables and formulas in general math, algebra, geometry, calculus, trigonometry, statistics and more.

Legal and consumer information about health and medicine in Wisconsin from the Wisconsin State Law Library.

A national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure access to afforable health care for older adults.

From the National Library of Medicine, consumer health links to reliable information, directories, dictionaries, an encyclopedia, drug information, and organizations. PubMed is a search service providing free access to over 11 million citations and abstracts from life sciences journals in the Medline database

Online support groups, clinician yellow pages, self help resources, journal articles and more.

This easy-to-use dictionary includes multiple meanings (including British usage), as well as entymology and pronunciation of words.

Search medical terms and abbreviations with the most up-to-date and comprehensive medical dictionary from the reference experts at Merriam-Webster.

A resource for searching across multiple databases (reference databases, digitial resposities, and subject-based Web gateways).

The Milwaukee Art Museum collects and preserves art, presenting it to the community as a vital source of inspiration and education.

The Milwaukee Public Library now offers "Remember When", a digitized collection of newspaper columns from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. This feature ran from 1963-1994 and is enhanced by the library's historic photo collection.

Online counterpart to Mosaic magazine. Reviews of new Black and Hispanic literature. Also has a listing of book clubs across the U.S. that focus on African American literature, including some that meet online.

Sites designed to teach new users basic computer skills such as using the mouse and the scrollbar, typing commands into dialog boxes, double clicking, and using the File menu and other basic Windows functions. Navigation from page to page is easy for people just learning computer skills.

The MRQE has over 21,000 movie titles available for searching. Each successful search results in a list of reviews from a wide variety of sources. The site also offers specialized lists such as--Recent Releases in the United States, Upcoming Releases, Top 10 at the Box Office, Recent Film Festivals, etc.Can also see lists of the most popular titles determined by the number of searches.