Choice: A Publishing Imprint of ACRL
About the cover: Clayton-Glass Library, Motlow State Community College, Tullahoma, TN. Allen Stuart Gaetjens, director of libraries. Photo courtesy of Motlow State Community College.
Letter from the Editor. Start with Better Options. Editor and Publisher Mark Cummings discusses the rationale and the promise of Choice's transformation from a publication to a publishing unit.
Bibliographic Essay: Education for Environmental Protection: The Story and the Resources, by Joseph Watras. Concern about the environment has always existed, but in recent decades it has grown exponentially. The resources on environmental education are growing accordingly. This essay identifies resources that are central to environmental education, and in so doing tells the story of the movement itself. With the exception of a few titles that provide important background information, the print resources discussed in this essay were published in 2000 or later. The essay also examines critical organizations and online resources.
Forthcoming Performing Arts & Mass Media Publications, 2016. This feature highlights print works scheduled for publication from July 2016 into 2017, selected for their potential relevance to library collections.
Community College Feature: Editors' Top 75 Community College Resources. Each month, the Choice editorial team pulls together the most significant titles for community college libraries.
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