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Issued biweekly by the Federal Communications Commission, these reports include regularly released decisions, notices, and documents on various communications issues. The Federal Communications Commission Reports ceased publication in the mid-1980s and were replaced by the FCC Record.Added: May 2014.
Started in the late 1970s, FICTA is an Argentinian journal devoted to the performance practice of early music. The only publicly accessible, complete archive of the journal, this collection was made possible through collaboration with Dr. Bernardo Illari, who directed its development. FICTA's founder and editor, Jorge González, kindly provided six volumes for digitization.Added: September 2018.
The Food Rules collection contains student work for a course assignment in HMGT 1450, Principles of Nutrition. For this assignment, students studied the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 Executive Report as well as Food Rules: An Eater's Manual by Michael Pollan. Each student then formulated a new food rule based upon the readings and wrote a brief summary citing evidence from the Dietary Guidelines, critiquing the rule from the perspective of Pollan's book, and then self-grading the rule.Added: October 2015.