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Exploring Issues

Best Electronic Reference Resource (Database or eBook)
Winner: Exploring Issues (ReferencePoint Press)

“The online database resource Exploring Issues from ReferencePoint Digital allows students to easily research a variety of topics in an easy-to-navigate, resourceful, and engaging platform. This valuable resource is very affordable for schools, which allows students, teachers, and librarians to enhance their online resource collection and increases access to reputable, timely information. . . . The fresh approach and layout of this resource makes this an outstanding resource for students, teachers, and librarians.”
Angela Wojtecki, Nordonia Hills City Schools, OH

School Library Connection and American Reference Books Annual, SLC/ARBA Best of Reference Award (2017)

The Opioid Epidemic

“Marcovitz offers a timely exploration of the issue....Both reasoned and impassioned.
Kirkus Starred Review

Kirkus Reviews,  September 1, 2017

Cause & Effect: Ancient Civilizatinos

“A must for high school students.’

School Library Journal, November 2017

Cause & Effect: Modern Wars

“Throughout the series the writing is clear, the information presented is well documented, and the content and objective analyses are within mainstream historical scholarship. Series and individual titles about modern wars abound, but this set will assist readers and report writers in understanding the impact and continuing effects. VERDICT A strong consideration for teen readers.”

School Library Journal, November 2017

Cutting Edge Careers

“The series is like the Department of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook on steroids. It covers many of the same topics but in much greater depth.”
Recommended

School Library Connection, Jan/Feb 2018

Human Rights in Focus

“The Human Rights in Focus series addresses difficult topics with levity, a clear tone, and solid research....A strong resource for older students.”

Booklist, October 1, 2017

Understanding Psychology

“This would be an excellent series to add to a high school that has psychology classes.”

School Library Connection, Mar/Apr 2018