More E-Books Available!
Similar to our last post the University Libraries recently gained access to the Greenwood Digital Collection, a timely and topical collection of e-books. Many of the titles available in this new service are related to the social sciences.
For Political Science or Public Administration and Policy students:
• Reference Guides for States Constitutions – including New York, New Jersey, Maine, California, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont
• War Powers: The President, the Congress and Questions of War
• My Fellow Americans: Presidential Addresses that Shaped History
• The Patriot Act: A Documentary and Reference Guide
• Landmark Supreme Court Cases: A Reference Guide
• Deepening Democracy: Global Governance and Political Reform in Latin America
Social Welfare scholars and students may find this titles useful:
• Bullying: A Handbook for Educators and Parents
• Critical Thinking and Learning: An Encyclopedia for Parents and Teachers
• Gender and Education: An Encyclopedia Volumes 1 &2
• Race, Ethnicity and Education (Volumes 1-4)
The Greenwood Digital Collection also contains numerous titles dealing with a wide range of Hispanic/Latino issues:
• Latinos in a Changing Society
• Latino Chronology: Chronologies of the American Mosaic
• U.S. Latino Issues
• The Mexican Americans
• Pancho Villa and the Black Pershing: The Punitive Expedition in Mexico.
You can access and browse the Greenwood Digital Collection by going to Databases and Indexes, from the University Libraries homepage and clicking on the letter “G��?. Individual e-book titles can also be located by using Minerva, the University Libraries online catalog.
Each reference title is divided into sections which are viewable on the left side of the screen. This allows you to jump from one section to another with ease. If you need help using the Greenwood Digital Collection or any other resource, feel free to drop by the reference desk, make an appointment, or Ask a Librarian!
Blog post created by Michael V. Daly