Category: Books & E-books

2021 Books Save Lives Award Event

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You are invited to attend the annual Books Save Lives Award Reception celebrating Janice Lynn Mather, author of Learning to Breathe.  The event will be Thursday, February 4th at 2 PM. It will be hosted virtually through Microsoft Teams. RSVP Ginny Puckett … Continue Reading

Featured E-book: Encyclopedia of Science Education

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The Encyclopedia of Science Education, edited by Richard Gunstone ( Springer, 2021) is a comprehensive reference work covering all areas of science education and science education research.  All entries include downloadable PDFs.

6 New Books about COVID-19

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This review (Book Riot) by Ashley Holstrom highlights new book titles on the topic. The article also links to free children’s book about coronavirus, picture books about coronavirus procedures in school, and a master list of pandemic literature.

Historical Mexican Recipes with Free E-Books

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The University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries has been working to digitize the largest collection of historic Mexican cookbooks in the United States. The library is now releasing recipes from the collection in free e-books. The earliest book in the collection … Continue Reading

Featured New E-Resource: Encyclopedia of Science Education

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This new title offers comprehensive reference overviews about science education from leading researchers around the globe. The audience for this title includes graduate students, researchers, and educators in science education and science education research.

Accurate American History Starter Pack

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To provide our USF community with authentic histories, particularly bringing to light the stories of marginalized populations, we bring you The Accurate American History Starter Pack. Although this list is not entirely comprehensive, it serves as a starter for those interested in discovering … Continue Reading

Featured E-book: Learning in the Fast Lane

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Learning in the Fast Lane: The Past, Prsent and Future of Advanced Placement by Chester Finn and Andrew Scanlan (Princeton, 2019) traces the origins Advanced Placement programs, their influence, and impact on higher education.

Anti-Racist Reading List

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The USF Libraries Anti-Racist Reading list, curated by St. Pete’s Nelson Poynter Memorial Library,  includes library-owned resources. both print and e-books through the Libraries.. The purpose of the list is to help our community create meaningful discourse about the injustices and racial … Continue Reading

Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies

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The Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies collection of books and journals will be available temporarily through May 2020. Remote access will work through VPN only.