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RMAU Online

Education and Outreach Services 12.03.2018

Are you looking for industry information, and/or teaching or studying credit risk? If so, you may want to look at RMA’s RMAU Online (aka RMA’s eStatement Studies).  It’s a professional level financial analysis tool that draws data from financial statements. It offers financial ratios benchmarks, industry default probabilities and cash flow measures.

New Digital Collection: CCD Course Catalogs

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 11.07.2018

The latest addition to Auraria Library Digital Collections is a nearly-complete run of the Community College of Denver course catalog. The earliest catalog in our collection dates back to 1968, which was the first academic year of CCD. At present the latest edition is from the 2015-2016 academic year. These materials…

Resource Highlight: GreenFile

Education and Outreach Services 11.05.2018

Are you interested in sustainable building, design, or other environmental research and development? If so, EBSCO's GreenFile database may be your new favorite resource. GreenFile offers peer-reviewed and trade articles on many aspects of sustainability, including global warming, green architecture and construction, transportation, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, recycling, and more. 

GreenFile is…

Feeding America: Historic Cookbooks

Education and Outreach Services 10.26.2018

Want to try something different for your holiday menus? Check out Feeding America, a cookbook digitization project from Michigan State University Libraries.

The project, begun in 2001, has nearly 100 digitized historic American cookbooks from 1798 to 1922. Notable samples include Favorite Dishes, a souvenir cookbook compiled by the Board of Lady Managers from the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, The Ideal Bartender 1917…

New Digital Collection: West Side Recorder

Special Collections and Digital Initiatives 10.16.2018

The latest addition to Auraria Library Digital Collections is the West Side Recorder, a well-known Denver newspaper published by the residents and community leaders of Denver's West Side. West Side Recorder was one of many community-driven and activist newspapers that supported this predominantly Chicana/o and Hispanic neighborhood. It reported everything from the…

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