February 21, 2008

New eBooks added in February 2008

Here are 35 new e-book titles added to Alloway Library’s collection. The titles include 6 linguistics titles purchased by TWU as well as items shared through the Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries. (COPPUL) consortium,

Click on the titles to access the catalogue record and a link to the eBook.

E-Titles purchased by TWU:

Frequency of use and the organization of language

Grammatical relations

Teacher language awareness

Tense, mood and aspect: theoretical and descriptive issues

The origins of meaning

Translation: theory and practice: a historical reader

E-Titles contributed by other COPPUL member institutions:

Aging of the genome: the Dual Role of the DNA in Life and Death

Animal rights and moral philosophy

Aristotle and the science of nature

The artful mind: cognitive science and the riddle of human creativity

Banking in Central and Eastern Europe 1980-2006

Bioethics and armed conflict

Bioethics and the brain

Biosocialities, genetics and the social sciences

Built by animals: the Natural History of Animal Architecture

Chaos: A Very Short Introduction

Consciousness: A Very Short Introduction

Descartes’ theory of mind

Dialogues in urban and regional planning

Don't call it sprawl: metropolitan structure in the twenty-first century

Elements of justice

Elgar companion to neo-Schumpeterian economics

Employment research and state traditions

Environmental impacts of ecotourism

Family farms: Survival and Prospect: a World-wide Analysis

The genesis of industrial America, 1870-1920

A glossary of historical linguistics

A history of the English language

The knowing organization: How Organizations Use Information to Construct Meaning, Create knowledge, and Make Decisions

Leadership: The Key Concepts

Opportunities in gerontology and aging services careers

The popular policeman and other cases: psychological perspectives on legal evidence

Two hundred years of accounting research

Utopia antiqua: Readings of the Golden Age and Decline at Rome

The witness stand: a guide for clinical social workers in the courtroom

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