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New Reference Titles at the Dewey Library

The Dewey Library has an extensive and useful reference collection. This collection is comprised of materials such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and directories. Reference materials are non-circulating but can be used for as long as you need them while at the Dewey Library. Come check out our brand new reference titles at Dewey:

Demystifying dissertation writing: a streamlined process from choice of topic to final text. Peg Boyle Single. Sterling, Va. : Stylus, 2009, c2010. Dewey Reference LB 2369 S55 2010
-Learn about the five strategies related to successfully completing a dissertation.

Dictionary of social work. Martin Thomas and John Pierson. Maidenhead : Open University Press, 2010. Dewey Reference HV 12 D53X 2010.
-Become familiar with key terms and concepts in social work and the healthcare field. This edition provides comprehensive summaries.

The atlas of new librarianship.
R. David Lankes. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2011. Dewey Reference Z 665 L36 2011.
-This is a guide to the new reality of librarianship and how it has been affected by technology. The author argues that in today’s world, librarians must enable the creation of knowledge.

Dictionary of developmental disabilities terminology.
Edited by Pasquale J. Accardo and Barbara Y. Whitman. Baltimore : Paul H. Brookes Pub., c2011. Dewey Reference RJ 135 A26 2011.
-This dictionary provides more than 4,000 disability-related terms.

Encyclopedia of cybercrime.
Edited by Samuel C. McQuade, III. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2009. Dewey Reference HV 6773 E53 2009.
-A comprehensive encyclopedia about cybercrime. Articles include information on terminology, national infrastructure security vulnerabilities, and the computer hacking subculture.

If you have any questions about these or any reference titles at the Dewey Library, please stop by the reference desk or contact our reference bibliographer Elaine Lasda Bergman by email at elasdabergman@albany.edu, or phone 442-3695.

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