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Sep
13
Issues & Controversies Introduces New Infographics
Jane Flynn September 13 2017 09:41 AM

The latest update to Issues & Controversies includes more than 150 Infographics, presenting vast amounts of information in easy-to-access charts, graphs, and tables. This new content can be accessed via basic and advanced search, and selected articles offer links to relevant Infographics as well.

For more information on how to access this new content, please see: How to Access Infographics.


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Oct
4
New Version of Issues & Controversies Launches
Wendy Collins October 04 2016 06:01 PM

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new and improved Issues & Controversies. When you log on, you will automatically see a dynamic new design, a new content organizational structure, and improved functionality.

 

For an in-depth look at the enhancements, click here to read the full announcement.

 


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Apr
3

The latest update to Issues & Controversies includes a new feature: "My Preferences." If you are signed into your user account, also known as a folder account, you can now set personal preferences that will apply to the site whenever you are signed in to your user account.

 

Personal account preferences can be set for:

  1. Default language
  2. Default citation format
  3. Number of search results per page

 

You can also sign up to have subject-specific Content Update emails sent to your own email address.

 

For more information, please see How to Set "My Preferences"


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Feb
17

The latest update to Issues & Controversies includes a new feature: Download to PDF (Portable Document Format). Users can now download articles and other related materials such as chronologies as PDFs simply by clicking the download link found beneath the article's title. Users are given the option to include MLA or Chicago Manual of Style citations in the PDF.

 

For more information on how to use this new feature, please see Download to PDF.


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Dec
2

The latest update to Issues & Controversies utilizes the power of video to enhance users' understanding of today's most important and controversial issues. More than 90 new debate videos from the renowned Intelligence Squared U.S. Debate Series have just been added to the database, featuring some of the most prominent political figures, journalists, academics, and experts in the United States and throughout the world on a wide range of crucial topics.

 

For an in-depth look at this update, please click here to read the full announcement.

 

For information on how to access and view the new debate videos, please click below:

 

How to Access Debate Videos

How to View Debate Videos

Debate Videos Overview


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Aug
7
Issues & Controversies Relaunched
Jane Flynn August 07 2014 04:02 PM

We are delighted to announce the launch of the new and improved Issues & Controversies. When you log on, you will see enjoy a dynamic new design, powerful new features, and improved functionality.

For an in-depth look at the enhancements, click here to read the full announcement, or click here to access the product overview PDF.


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Aug
5
New Issues & Controversies Support Center
Jane Flynn August 05 2014 10:15 AM

We are pleased to introduce the new Issues & Controversies Support Center. Our expanded support content is now available in a searchable Support Center. The support materials now include PDFs, and are easier to access and to share.

Some of the enhancements found in the new support center include:

  • Searchability - Users can now search the support center, via keyword or phrase search.
  • Portability - All text-based articles can now be printed, emailed, saved as PDFs, or shared via Facebook, Twitter, or many other services.
  • Added Formats - PDFs are now included in the support material, and video will be added soon.
  • Accessibility - Users can now access support information via an independent URL that can be accessed anywhere, regardless of whether or not they are logged into the site.

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