New ebook titles – July 2016

Here is a selection of the titles added to the ebooks@cambridge collection during July. These titles were purchased by, or on behalf of, department and faculty libraries within the University of Cambridge and by the University Library.

Click on the cover image to access the title via our authenticated links.

Education1   Italian1  Medicine1    Philosophy1SPS1  Zoology1  Education2  Education3       Education4  Medicine2  Philosophy2  SPS2    Zoology2  HPS1  Business1  Law1  Law2  Medicine3  SPS3  Italian2    Education5  Education6  Music1  Music2    HPS2  HPS3Medicine4   Zoology3  SPS4  Education7     Education8  HPS4  HPS5  Education13  HPS6    Music5  Engineering1  History1  Education10

With all these new ebooks we are spoiling you…

The ebooks@cambridge team, along with Faculty and Departmental librarians have been busy buying new reading-list titles as ebooks.

Networking Penguins

P P P Pick up a mouse and click on an ebook!

If you are feeling like a Billy-No-Mates you could peruse this lovely business and management book with penguins on the cover, called ‘Networking for people who hate networking’ by Devora Zack.

There are also new ebooks in Classics, Engineering, English, Social & Political Sciences, Linguistics, Zoology, South East Asian Studies and Education. You can see what’s new by clicking onto the ebooks@cambridge Pinterest new ebooks 2013 board, and then clicking on the book covers to access the full texts.

Maybe you fancy reading a little poetry but are not really sure how to get the best from the experience? Then we have just the book for you by Terry Eagleton!Poetry1

Or for the Educationalists amongst you, how about Rudd’s ‘The Routledge companion to children’s literature’? Children1

And finally, here’s a fluffy little fella! Zoology students may be interested to have a flick through ‘Sensory ecology, behaviour and evolution’ by Martin Stevens.Zoology1

All of these ebooks can be found in LibrarySearch and can be read off campus with a Raven login.

The ebooks@cambridge team wish you a great weekend!

JK