New and notable books by subject! Teacher Education

 

Teacher educationThe library recently purchased over 20 new titles related to Teacher Education! This popular DC program gives students the option to pursue a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in an Education.  The program best suits students who desire to work in the field of Childhood, Early Childhood, or Adolescence Education, as well as those interested in Students with Disabilities. The Masters program offers an accelerated study of the same curriculum, including an additional avocation, concentrating on teaching the blind and visually impaired.

Below are some featured titles of note. We also compiled a bibliography on the subject that any Teacher Education student should consult!

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New and notable books by subject! Psychology

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The Sullivan Library is constantly adding new titles and updated editions of texts to our collection.  In an effort to draw attention to all the great material we have to offer, we are highlighting new book purchases by subject area.

In conjunction with Psychology Information Day on Tuesday, November 1st in Palisades Room, check out some of our recently added Psychology titles!

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New and notable books by subject! Course Reserves

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The Sullivan Library is constantly adding new titles and updated editions of texts to our collection.  In an effort to draw attention to all the great material we have to offer, we are highlighting new book purchases that may be of interest to DC students.

Did you accidently leave your textbook at home?  Are you lugging 20 lbs. of textbooks around campus all day?  Was a book too expensive to purchase this semester?  Have no fear!  Because there is an excellent chance we have your required book or textbook available behind the circulation desk on Course Reserve!  This semester the library drastically increased the Reserve collection to reflect what students need and DC faculty have requested.  Stop by the circulation desk and literally “check out” what we have on Reserve.  As a reminder, Reserve books are available for check out for up to three hours and can only be used inside library.  You can also browse Reserve material online by going to the “Reserve Desk” link within our Online Catalog.

Read on for a list of new or updated editions of books on Course Reserve!

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New and notable books by subject! Technology

new-books-dc-sullivan-library_technology1The Sullivan Library is constantly adding new titles and updated editions of texts to our collection.  In an effort to draw attention to all the great material we have to offer, we will start highlighting new book purchases by subject area.

You can also browse new books in our catalog by clicking the “New Books” link on the right hand side of the page under Library Info.

 

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For good or ill, technology has and continues to change our lives. This list of books is a sampling of what technology and the Internet has brought to the world from self-driving cars to spying.

Here is a select group of books on Technology we think you might like.

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New and notable books by subject! Healthcare

 

New Books @ DC Sullivan Library Healthcare

The Sullivan Library is constantly adding new titles and updated editions of texts to our collection.  In an effort to draw attention to all the great material we have to offer, we will start highlighting new book purchases by subject area.

Graduate students in Healthcare Management, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Nursing will find our new Healthcare related books of great use.  Whether you are interested in better understanding the impact of the Affordable Care Act, managed care, business models, data or general anatomy, we have you covered with the latest editions of these healthcare related books.

You can also browse new books in our catalog by clicking the “New Books” link on the right hand side of the page under Library Info.

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Read on for a list of new healthcare books.

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New books at Sullivan Library for the Spring semester

The library staff has been working hard on cataloging and processing new books to get them onto the shelf for you to read. Boxes upon boxes were sorted to get these new arrivals on their way. Here is a sampling of some of the books that have recently arrived in the library:

Math for nurses: a pocket guide to dosage calculation and drug preparation (link)

Financial management for nurse managers and executives (link)

Biochemistry for sport and exercise metabolism (link)

How deaf children learn: what parents and teachers need to know (link)

Functional movement development across the life span (link)

The guardian of all things: the epic story of human memory (link)

Android boot camp for developers using Java, introductory: a beginner’s guide to creating your first Android apps (link)

Beginning iOS 5 application development [electronic resource] (link)

Pushing the limits with iOS 5 programming [electronic resource]: advanced application development for Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch (link)

Organizations don’t tweet, people do [electronic resource]: a manager’s guide to the social web (link)

Guardian of all things the epic story of human memory

More new books at Sullivan Library!

Here is a small sampling of the books that have arrived in the last few weeks:

God behind bars: a prison chaplain reflects on the Lord’s prayer (catalog record)

The Church and abortion : a Catholic dissent (catalog record)

House by house, block by block : the rebirth of America’s urban neighborhoods (catalog record)

In my brother’s image : twin brothers separated by faith after the Holocaust (catalog record)

Crosscurrents and confluences : echoes of religion in twentieth-century fiction (catalog record)

Scattered shadows : a memoir of blindness and vision (catalog record)

Critical encounters in high school English: Teaching literary theory to adolescents (catalog record)