Wednesday, July 28, 2010

New Ebooks added to library catalog

Almost 4500 new e-book titles covering a wide variety of subjects are now available in the library's online catalog. All of these titles are from our ebrary collection, and many of them are recently published books as well.

Now that these books are listed in our catalog, you will be able to find them by doing a regular book search. Accessing e-books is easy: just look for the link titled "An ebrary electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click to view." E-books can also be accessed from off-campus, as described in our off-campus access tutorial.

Here are just a few of the new offerings:

Shooting up: counterinsurgency and the war on drugs, by Vanda Felbab-Brown (c2010)

Current prespectives on job-stress recovery, editors Sabine Sonnentag et al. (c2009)

Guided care: a new nurse-physician partnership in chronic care, by Chad Boult et al. (c2009)

On art, artists, Latin America, and other utopias, by Luis Camnitzer; editor Rachel Weiss (c2009)

Genomes and what to make of them, by Barry Barnes & John Dupré (c2008)

If you want to limit your search to only e-books, you should search from inside e-brary for best results.

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