The following books are now available to borrow from the Library.
Handbook of Adolescent Development Editors Sandy Jackson and Luc Goossens
New Headway Intermediate Teacher’s Book 4th edition by Liz and John Soars
The Literature Review: Six Steps To Success 3rd edition by Lawrence A. Machi and Brenda T. McEvoy
Global and UK Poverty by Cara Acred
Globalisation-Good or Bad? by Cara Acred
Bullying by Cara Acred
Body Confidence by Cara Acred
Spotlight – True story about reporters who uncovered a sexual abuse scandal in Boston. Starring Michael Keaton.
Some new titles in the Issues series are now available from the Nuneaton campus Library.
Our Changing Population by Cara Acred
Global Tourism by Cara Acred
Gender Equality? by Cara Acred
Sustainability by Cara Acred
Discussing Crime by Cara Acred
Today’s Social Classes by Cara Acred
Books can be borrowed for up to three weeks. You can renew items up to six times unless someone else has reserved them.
The Library has a number of new books and DVDs now available to borrow. Titles available include the following:
OECD Skills Beyond School Synthesis Report.
Schooling in the Workplace by Nancy Hoffman.
Shakespeare Made Easy: The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare. Modernised by Alan Durband.
The Human Condition 2nd Edition by Hannah Arendt.
The Origins Of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt.
Microsoft System Center 2012 Service Manager Cookbook by Samuel Erskine, Anders Asp, Andreas Baumgarten, Steve Beaumont and Dieter Gasser.
Issues: Cloning and Stem Cells Edited by Cara Acred.
Issues: Education Edited by Cara Acred.
Issues: Biotechnology Edited by Cara Acred.
Two copies of The Merchant of Venice directed by Michael Radford.
Coaching Players: A New Approach