Provides reviews, ratings, and recommendations to help consumers compare price, performance, and reliability for various products and services, including cars, healthcare, appliances, electronics, baby and child gear, home and garden, personal finance, etc. Also presents articles on health, public safety, marketplace economics and the judicial and regulatory actions that affect consumers.
Ditki (formerly Draw it to Know it) provides a multi-modal, efficient learning platform for faculty and students. The step-wise, instructional approach to learning engages one in ways that promote quicker understanding and long-term retention, to encourage confidence in subject mastery. Washington University in St. Louis has access to all the modules. Users will need to register for individual accounts to access the self-assessment exams. Includes modules in Anatomy and Physiology, General Biology, Neuroscience, Biochemistry and more. Prepare for exams with interactive exercises, drills, quizzes, and downloadable flashcards. Learn more about this resource.
Global reporting and analysis on economics, business, geopolitics, technology, and culture. Click "more" below for login/account creation instructions.
1) Start at https://myaccount.economist.com/s/login
2) Choose “Log in with SSO.”
3) Enter your wustl.edu email address and click “Log in.”
4) Begin typing “Washington University in St. Louis” in the “Find your institution” box. Click on the “WU” box when it comes up.
5) You will be directed to the WUSTL Key Login Page. Login with your WUSTL key credentials. NOTE – if you are already logged in to another WUSTL application, you may not see the WUSTL Key Login Page. You may be taken directly to The Economist homepage in step 6.
6) After logging in, you should be directed to The Economist homepage. On the “My Economist” dropdown menu at the top right, click on “Account”. You should see a message that your Washington University in St. Louis subscription is currently active.
7) Click “Return to articles” to go back to the homepage.
From the Modern Language Association (MLA), this resource combines an extensive collection of full-text journals with the definitive index for the study and teaching of language, literature, linguistics, rhetoric, writing studies, folklore, film, theater, and other dramatic arts. Includes the MLA Thesaurus and the MLA Directory of Periodicals.