At SCC you-all borrowed library ebooks a total of 1380 times in September.
A Dozen Top eBooks for September:
- The use of forensic anthropology (used 54 times)
- Is human nature obsolete? : genetics bioengineering, and the future of the human condition (used 48 times)
- Hurricane Katrina : impact, recovery and lessons learned (used 41 times)
- Ageism : stereotyping and prejudice against older persons (used 24 times)
- China and the developing world : Beijing’s strategy for the twenty-first century (used 23 times)
- A history of the modern Middle East (used 23 times)
- Leadership and the new science : discovering order in a chaotic world (used 23 times)
- The SAGE handbook of mental health and illness (used 16 times)
- Torture and Impunity : The U.S. Doctrine of Coercive Interrogation (used 16 times)
- Art therapy exercises : inspirational and practical ideas to stimulate the imagination (used 16 times)
- Handbook of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination (used 14 times)
- The craft of research (used 12 times)
You can find ebooks in the library catalog, but there are more than 120,000 additional ebooks in the shared Los Rios subscription ebook collection. And they are all free to you as current students and staff.
Scroll down the left side of the results page, check eBooks, and Click eBooks. (You may need to add more limiters if the number is unwieldy.)