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Business and economics

BUSINESSMarketing - Accounting - Taxation in the United Kingdom - Finance - Financial Derivatives - Personal FinanceMANAGEMENTBusiness continuity planning - Managing Groups and Teams - Standard Grade Business Management - Management for IT ProfessionalsECONOMICSPolitical Economy - Managerial EconomicsCERTIFICATIONSProject+

Education

GENERAL TOPICS - Contemporary Educational Psychology 75% developed - USMLE Step One Review - Instructional Technology 75% developed - Social and Cultural Foundations of American Education 100% developed - Design and Analysis of Advanced Instructional Technologies 0% developed - Blended Learning in K-12 100% developed - Classroom Behavior Management 25% developed - Technologies for Rural Development 0% developed

Languages

LANGUAGES OF EUROPE - Bulgarian 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Croatian 25% developed  as of Jul 18, 2005 - Danish 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Dutch 50% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - English... - Finnish... - French... - German... - Gothic 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Greek... - Icelandic 25% developed - Irish Gaelic 25% developed - Italian 25% developed - Latin... - Lowland Scots 25% developed  as of Jul 22, 2007 - Manx 25% developed  as of 2 Nov 2007 - Neapolitan 25% developed  as of Aug 20, 2005 - Norwegian... - Polish 25% developed - Portuguese... - Romanian 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Russian 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Serbian 25% developed  as of Oct 9, 2005 - Scottish Gaelic 25% developed  as of Dec 4, 2008 - Spanish... - Swedish 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Turkish 50% developed  as of Apr 18, 2007 - Ukrainian 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Welsh 25% developed  as of Aug 17, 2005 - Yiddish...LANGUAGES OF ASIA - Azerbaijani 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Chechen 25% developed  as of 11 November 2007 - Chinese... - Gujarati 25% developed - Hindi... - Japanese 50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Kannada 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Korean 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Manchu 50% developed  as of Jul 30, 2008 - Marathi 25% developed  as of Oct 26, 2007 - Punjabi 25% developed  as of August 12, 2008 - Sanskrit 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tajik 25% developed  as of 05 April 2007 - Tamil 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Telugu 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Urdu 25% developed  as of 5 April 2007 - Uzbek 25% developed  as of April 05, 2007 - Vietnamese 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000LANGUAGES OF THE AMERICAS - Miskito 100% developed  as of Jan 6, 2008 - Miwok 25% developed  as of Feb 10, 2005 - Nahuatl 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Quechua 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000LANGUAGES OF THE PACIFIC - Indonesian 50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Kapampangan 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2007 - Tagalog 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tetum 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tok Pisin 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000LANGUAGES OF AFRICA - Afrikaans 25% developed  as of June 12, 2005 - Bambara 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Zulu 0% developed  as of May 22, 2005LANGUAGES OF THE MIDDLE EAST - Arabic 25% developed  as of Jan 24, 2005 - Modern Hebrew 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Persian 25% developed - Sumerian 0% developed  as of Feb 20, 2006SIGN LANGUAGES - American Sign Language 0% developed  as of Mar 21, 2005CONSTRUCTED LANGUAGES - Esperanto 50% developed  as of February 18, 2006 - Lingua Franca Nova 100% developed  as of July, 2007 - Lojban 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Novial 75% developed - Quenya 100% developed - Slovio 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Tengwar 100% developed - Toki Pona 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 - Unilingua 75% developed  as of Mar 16, 2005OTHER LANGUAGE BOOKS - Authoring Foreign Language Textbooks 50% developed  as of Dec 4, 2008 - How to Learn a Language 75% developed  as of Dec 4, 2008 - Understanding Scientific Terminology 75% developed  as of Jan 23, 2008 - Visual Language Interpreting 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000

Law

GENERAL TOPICSAUSTRALIAN LAWProperty Law 0% developed  as of August 1, 2005CANADIAN LAWEvidence 50% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005Constitutional law 25% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005Copyright law 25% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005Trade-mark law 25% developed  as of Dec 18, 2005ENGLISH LAWCriminal Law 25% developed  as of April 22, 2006Contracts Law 25% developed  as of May 8, 2006Database Law 75% developed  as of July 05, 2005Taxation 0% developed  as of Feb 04, 2006JAPANESE LAWLaw and Government 25% developed  as of July 21, 2006US LAWCivil Procedure 25% developed  as of April 22, 2006Criminal Law 25% developed  as of April 22, 2006Copyright Law 100% developed  as of Dec 16, 2005Corporate Law 25% developed  as of Dec 12, 2005Income Tax 50% developed  as of Dec 17, 2005Patent Law 100% developed  as of Dec 16, 2005Torts Casebook25% developed  as of May 8, 2006Trademark Law 100% developed  as of Dec 16, 2005EUROPEAN LAWINTERNATIONAL LAW

History

FEATURED HISTORY BOOKS - European History - New Zealand History - US History - Wikijunior:Kings and Queens of England

HISTORY BY PERIOD - ANCIENT HISTORY 50%.svg - Proported Ancient Worlds - Wikijunior:Ancient Civilizations - MODERN HISTORY 25%.svg - The Cold WarHISTORY BY REGION - AFRICAN HISTORY - Ethiopian History - ASIAN HISTORY - Israeli History 25%.svg - Japanese History - Philippine History - Japan's Foreign Policy Toward Vietnam 1978-1992 - EUROPEAN HISTORY 100%.svg - Wikijunior Kings and Queens of England - History of Greece - The Holocaust - MIDDLE EASTERN HISTORY - Iranian History - OCEANIC HISTORY - Australian History - New Zealand History 75% developed  as of Jan 4, 2008 - Political History of New Zealand - WESTERN HISTORY - Canadian History - History of Embrun - Latin-American History - US History 75% developed  as of Feb 14, 2005 - History of Edmeston, New York - WORLD HISTORY 50%.svg - United Nations HistoryTHEMATIC HISTORY - HISTORY OF THE ARTS - Art History 25%.svg - Western Music History - HISTORY OF RELIGION - History of Christianity - History of Islam - HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY - History of Computers - The Computer Revolution - GUIDES FOR HISTORIANS - How to write a research paper in History 50%.svg - Knowledge Engineering for Historians - MISCELLANEOUS HISTORIES - AP United States History - Biography of Nikola Tesla - Historical Disasters and Tragedies - History of Historical Writing 25%.svg - The Rowers of Vanity Fair - The Seven Wonders of the World - Warfare - Wikijunior:Introduction to History

Social Science

ANTHROPOLOGY - Anthropology 25%.svg - Introduction to Paleoanthropology 75%.svg - Linguistics 25%.svg - COMMUNICATION - Communication Theory 25%.svg - POLITICAL SCIENCE International Relations 25%.svg American Government 25%.svg Australian Government 25%.svg UK Constitution and Government 100%.svg United States Government 75%.svg - PSYCHOLOGY - Introduction to Psychology 25%.svg - Social Psychology 25%.svg - Parapsychology 50%.svg - SOCIOLOGY - Sociology 25%.svg - Introduction to Sociology 100%.svg

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