New ebooks at Gleeson Library share new perspectives on the mind, ideas for talking about race in the classroom, and a pandemic-themed “semi-dystopian” novel from the UK. These titles are specially selected by Gleeson employees to enhance our collections and support, inspire, and captivate you.
- Laziness does not exist: a defense of the exhausted, exploited, and overworked by Dr. Devon Price (1 user)
- Race dialogues: a facilitator’s guide to tackling the elephant in the classroom by Donna Rich Kaplowitz, Shayla Reese Griffin, Sheri Seyka (1 user)
- Unmasking autism: discovering the new faces of neurodiversity by Devon Price, PhD (1 user)
- Evaluating campus climate at US research universities edited by Krista M. Soria (1 user)
- Assessment in counseling: procedures and practices by Danica G. Hays (unlimited users)
- How to write and get published: a practical guide for librarians by Tammy Ivins, Anne Pemberton (3 users)
- Salt lick by Lulu Allison (1 user) Longlisted for the Women’s Prize for Fiction 2022
- Neuroqueer heresies: notes on the neurodiversity paradigm, autistic empowerment, and postnormal possibilities by Nick Walker (1 user)
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