October 15th, 2011

New ebrary Books: Methodology and Public Service Leadership

Linked image to ebrary databaseThe library recently added thirty new books to its ebrary database; too many to bore you with the entire list here, but we hope that many of you will be excited to find out that four of those books are research and methodology books. A number of other books are topics that may be of special interest to our Public Service Leadership learners.

You can go to ebrary and type in the specific title below in which you’re interested, or you can search through its catalog of over 43,000 titles to see what other handy full-text ebooks might be available for you right at your fingertips!

Research and Methodology

  • Case Study Research : Theory, Methods and Practice
  • Practical Research Methods for Educators
  • Qualitative Research Methods In Psychology
  • Social Work Dissertation: Practically Applying Qualitative Methodology

Public Service Leadership Topics

  • Evidence-Based Public Management : Practices, Issues, and Prospects
  • Extreme Risk Management: Revolutionary Approaches to Evaluating and Measuring Risk
  • Forensic Criminology
  • Fundamentals of Forensic Science
  • Introduction to Criminalistics: The Foundation of Forensic Science
  • Introduction to Emergency Management (4th Edition)
  • Law of Emergencies: Public Health and Disaster Management
  • Public Health and Aging : Maximizing Function and Well-Being (2nd Edition)
  • Reaching Excellence in Healthcare

If you have any questions about using ebrary, see our Database Guide: ebrary



Comment from Wanda D. Pennix
Time October 17, 2011 at 12:40 pm

How do I use this area,-The ebrary Books:
Methodology and Public Service? I am seeking a RESEARCH PAPER on Data Driven Instruction.

Also, what are the steps in getting into the ebrary?

Thanks, Wanda Pennix

Comment from kstaley
Time October 17, 2011 at 12:57 pm

Hi Wanda,

Thanks for the question. The word ebrary in the post is linked to you right to the ebrary database, where you can search for ebooks by title, keyword, subject or author. I also updated my post to include a link to the ebrary database guide if you’d like more help with that.

You should see that there is a more recent post than this one about finding articles for a discussion post. It includes links to guides and tutorials that should teach you the basics for searching for articles. I also recommend that you contact the library any time you need specific help with find information on a topic. Call 1-888-375-3221 or email us.

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