Library adds 52,000 academic eBooks

Miller Library is pleased to announce the acquisition of Academic Complete by ebrary. This collection contains over 52,000 ebooks from more than 220 of the world’s leading academic and professional publishers. The subject areas covered in this collection are Business, Humanities, Philosophy and Religion, Health Science, Computers and Information Technology, Engineering, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Education and Reference. To view the ebrary collection (and all other ebook collections) at Miller Library, click on the eBooks link on Miller Library’s homepage under the Books tab. Links to these ebooks are also available in the library’s online catalog. Below is a sampling of a few of the new ebook titles available from the new ebrary collection:

Why Therapists Choose to Become Therapists: a Practice-Based Enquiry by Sofie Bager-Charleson (Karnac, 2010).

The Student’s Guide to Research Ethics by Paul Oliver (Open University Press, 2010).

Greenhouse Governance: Addressing Climate Change in America by Barry G. Rabe, editor. Publisher Washington, D.C. : (Brookings Institution Press, 2010).

Themes in Biblical Narrative: The Significance of Sinai: Traditions about Sinai and Divine Revelation in Judaism and Christianity by George J. Brooke and Hindy Hajman (Brill Academic Publishers, 2008).

Contesting Childhood : Autobiography, Trauma, and Memory by Kate Douglas (Rutgers University Press, 2010).

101 Great Classroom Games: Easy Ways to Get Your Students Playing, Laughing, and Learning by Alexis Ludewig and Amy Swan (McGraw-Hill, 2007).

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