Posts Tagged ‘New Books’

CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) has accepted our offer to receive their library collection by the end of March, 2010. As you may have heard, this is a large collection of over 14,000 books, maps and print journals which relate to international development.

This collection will be put in the storage facility until it can be weeded for duplicates and the rest integrated into our collection. The exception will be about 800 un-catalogued books which are new and which will be immediately processed for our collection.

The library is delighted to have this major acquisition as it will be of great use to many academic units on campus including the Institute of African Studies, NPSIA, Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies, the School of Business, SPPA, etc.


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Check out these 5 great books from the library today!

Studying for Success

Brain Train

Cite Right

Postgraduate Research Handbook

How to do your essays, exams, coursework in geography and related disciplines

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Hunters and Fisherman of the Arctic Forests

Northern Exposure; peoples, powers and prospects

The Arctic Gold Rush; the new race for tomorrow’s natural resources

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This is somewhat of an experiment to help me disseminate CU library information to you in a quick and easy format. I’ll not only be able to share new books titles with you but also connect you with videos, podcasts, book reviews, theses, library news and interesting web links….

…. and it’s better than email because it’s visually interactive! You can let me know what you’re interested in, and how I can better serve your needs.

So let’s get started!

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