Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries
About the Cover: Stratton Taylor Library, Rogers State University, Claremore, OK. Alan Lawless, library director. Photographer, Brandi Simons for Rogers State University.
Editorial: Just Push a Button, by Mark Cummings. The complexities of digital publishing have long since given the lie to earlier notions that electronic publishing would be as easy as pushing a button.
Guest of Choice: Call to Action: Creating Tomorrow's Libraries Today, by Rush G. Miller, director emeritus of the University Libraries at the University of Pittsburgh.
Selective Bibliography: US Latino/a Literatures, by Elizabeth Huergo. Modeled after Choice's admired bibliographic essays, Selective Bibliographies are intended to direct readers--be they librarians maintaining or developing a core collection, teaching faculty, or undergraduates--to the literature on a given subject. Selective but not exhaustive, each selective bibliography focuses on a timely or emerging topic.
Forthcoming Psychology Publications, 2015. Regularly appearing each year in the April issue, this selected list provides information on new titles of potential relevance for academic libraries. U.S. College Book Price Information, 2014. This annual feature offers detailed price information on books reviewed in Choice during the 2014 calendar year.
U.S. College Book Price Information, 2014. This annual feature offers detailed price information on books reviewed in Choice during the 2014 calendar year.
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