UPDATE: This list has been added to with suggestions from my colleague Caitlin Pollock, Digital Scholarship Strategist in the Library. Having witnessed the current, ongoing police violence that is occurring across our country, and which has been happening for far too long in history, I wanted to share some e-books to help educate ourselves and others about racism. Some of these are books I have read myself and others are pulled from various lists currently circulating.
Posts by Autumn Nicole Wetli
Enjoy some summer reading with the library’s collection of e-graphic novels!
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Celebrate by checking out some of the library’s e-resources chronicling Asian American and Pacific Islander history and culture. There are a variety of formats and genres to choose from, including ebooks and e-audiobooks, biographies, memoirs, academic texts, and literature authored by Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
Got some free time on your hands and looking for something to do indoors while you adhere to social distancing? Why not learn a new craft! Over the next few weeks, I'll be highlighting titles from the library's Online Recreational Reading guide, focusing on different genres and subjects each post. Today, I’m going to highlight art, crafting, and DIY ebooks in the library’s collection.
Need to take a break from finishing up this wild semester and unwind? The library has access to a variety of e-books not limited to academic subject matter. Over the next few weeks, I'll be highlighting titles from the library's Online Recreational Reading guide, focusing on different genres and subjects each post. Today, I want to highlight some fiction books published in 2020 that we have available electronically.
Even in these strange times, many of you will be graduating this Spring and beginning the search for your first job post-college. I wanted to gather a list of e-resources provided through the library that can help with the job search process. These online resources can help as you begin your search, write your cover letters and resumes, and prepare for interviews.
March is Women’s History Month and to celebrate the Shapiro Lobby display highlights books written by, and about, women of color activists!
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