Did you know there is a new book display in the library now? One of these new books is So You Want to Be a Teacher?: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century, by Janice Koch (call # LB1775 .K635 2009). Are you thinking about a teaching career? Check this book out. (Another great resource for guidance in any career choice is the Occupational Outlook Handbook.)
The second is an eBook titled Reform of Eyewitness Identification Procedures by Brian L. Cutler. The author looks deep into the issue of eyewitness identifications. Are you interested in psychology or a career in justice administration? You might find this book helpful. To find it, search in the APA PsycNET database, choose PsycBOOKS at the top, and set your search for book title.
“Utada Hikaru” by Caitlin Smith
This is one of our favorite days of the year. Why? Library staff members get to shop for student art at the Spring Fling Art Show! We love supporting VWCC student artists. These two new works of art will grace the library permanently. Congratulations to Caitlin Smith (“Utada Hikaru” Mixed Media) and George Kelly (“Tone Study II” Painting).
“Tone Study II” by George Kelly
Click here to hear NPR’s wonderful interview with Robert Dawson, author of The Public Library: A Photographic Essay, and see some of the fascinating photographs in his new book. Oh, and a public library in Virginia made the cut: Handley Regional Library in Winchester.
New books have arrived just in time for your research assignments. These titles cover some of the most researched subjects on campus, including same-sex marriage, technology, beauty pageants, and the reproductive rights debate.
Mister Owita’s Guide to Gardening by local author, Carol Wall, is featured in the “Books” review section of the March 10th issue of People Magazine. The review calls the book “a profoundly moving memoir that tells the story of an unexpected friendship and the rewards of reaping what we sow.
Two copies of this popular new book are available on the top floor of Brown Library. See a library staff member at the Circulation Desk, and check out this featured selection for a 2 week period.
Come to Brown Library and “Get your READ on!”