To honor the memory of those affected by 9/11 and to keep the conversation alive, Ebrary is opening up for free-access viewing a small collection of 15 e-books on various aspects of 9/11. These books will be viewable throughout the month of September.
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Books you can read online IN FULL include those that look at how religion has been viewed differently since 9/11, writings that recount personal experiences of that fateful day, and texts on the continued effects on our liberties, the media, and legislation. These books have been published by a variety of academic presses over the last ten years. Please “check one out” today before they’re gone.
In addition to these electronic resources, the UT Libraries have many print resources on the September 11 Terrorist Attacks and the War on Terrorism. Click on the links to browse our library catalog.
Get a head start on Asian Pacific American Heritage Month at your University Libraries. Traditionally celebrated in May each year, the University of Toledo got started a little early so that we could celebrate the heritage of people of Asian or Pacific Island ancestry before the end of the semester. Stop by the exhibit table in Carlson Library to see what books and DVDs we have that explore the cultures of both the largest and smallest continents and the islands of the largest ocean, as well as the experiences of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.
Asian & Pacific Islander American Experiences:
Children’s and Young Adult books:
Arts & Literature:
Business & Economics:
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 through October 15, Alexander Street is offering free access to select full-text, online collections for libraries. Explore poetry, short stories, folk tales, novels, memoirs, non-fiction, and plays in both Spanish and English from Latino writers around the world. Access these collections now through October 15th:
The Libraries have created a Diversity Resources Page as a portal to diversity-related resources at the in the library, at The University of Toledo, in the community, and for librarians.
One of the special features of the page is a list of diversity-related book awards, so that you can easily find out about fiction and non-fiction books for both children and adults in a wide-variety of diversity categories.