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R2 Digital Library
Collection of over 500 full-text books in the health sciences.
Race Relations Abstracts
Covers ethnic studies, discrimination, immigration studies, ideology, community relations, radicalism, economics, cultural identity, and pressure groups.
Incorporating Beilstein, Gmelin, and Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry, offers a wealth of experimentally validated information. Presents a new approach to synthetic chemistry with powerful functionality.
Citation management tool for storing and managing references; creating bibliographies. Supports most citation styles. Requires an individual account set up from a VCU Libraries link. Available to VCU and MCVH-VCU email account holders. Already have an account? Login through this link.
Rehabilitation Reference Center
Evidence-based reference tool for rehabilitation specialists. Contains summaries on rehabilitation topics, exercise images for assisting patients, practice guidelines, drug information and links to full-text articles.
Religion and Philosophy Collection
Nearly 300 full text journals covering topics central to the study of philosophy and world religions, including denominations, biblical studies, religious history, epistemology, political philosophy, philosophy of language and history of philosophy.
Comprehensive tax research and compliance system providing a complete tax library for federal issues and complete information on state and local tax issues for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
Citations and abstracts to the international music literature. Indexes many foreign-language journals. Includes citations to dissertations and essays in books. Focuses on academic research.
Covers risk arising from industrial, technological, environmental, and other sources, with an emphasis on assessment and management of risk, and includes concerns from public and environmental health to social issues and psychological aspects.
Rotunda: People of the Founding Era
Biographical information for thousands of individuals born between 1713 and 1815. Subjects include members of many of the most important families of the era, as well as artisans, slaves, and Native Americans.
Royal Society of Chemistry Journals
Portal to full runs of high-impact journals in all areas of the chemical sciences.