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Composing Legacies

by Christopher Carter & Russel K. Durst

In 2015, Professor Emerita Lucille M. Schultz donated to the University of Cincinnati her set of composition materials gathered from fifteen libraries and collections around the country. With 350 entries ranging...


Visibility and Control

by Jeff Heydon

Visibility and Control: Cameras and Certainty in Governing addresses the ways in which camera-produced images are used to support governmental authority. The text begins by examining some of the basic levels...


Black Lives and Digi-Culturalism

by Kehbuma Langmia

Black Lives and Digi-Culturalism: An Afrocentric Perspective uses several lenses to examine the role of African Americans and Africans in the production and consumption of information in digital spaces. This...


Seeking Communion as Healing Dialogue

by Margaret M. Mullan

Seeking Communion as Healing Dialogue: Gabriel Marcel’s Philosophy for Today discusses society’s problems with interpersonal communication, arguing that these issues are more deeply rooted in problems in...


Liaison Engagement Success

by Ellen Hampton Filgo & Sha Towers

As liaison librarianship has evolved from a collections-centric to an engagement-centric model, liaisons have had to grapple with new and evolving competencies and skills that are focused on how to engage with...


Cursive Handwriting Activity Book for Kids (Printable Version)

by Sheba Blake

The Cursive Handwriting Activity Book helps children learn the basics of cursive writing in the most enjoyable and fun way!

Why You'll Love This Book:

• Easily learn to write the cursive alphabet!

• Learn...


Running, Thinking, Writing

by Jackie Hoermann-Elliott

For the creative fulfillment of writers who identify as runners, walkers, or movers, Running, Thinking, Writing: Embodied Cognition in Composition unveils the varied understandings of the relationship between...


Media Is Us

by Elizaveta Friesem

Media is usually seen as a feature of the modern world enabled by the latest technologies. Scholars, educators, parents, and politicians often talk about media as something people should be wary of due to its...


Our Endless and Proper Work

by Ron Hogan

Writer and editorial consultant Ron Hogan helps readers develop an ongoing writing practice as an end in and of itself, not a means to publication.

Many people pick up the guitar without eyeing a career as a...


Creating Inclusive Libraries by Applying Universal Design

by Carli Spina

As libraries of all types strive to serve diverse communities, Universal Design offers principles and approaches that can be used to create welcoming spaces and services. Applying Universal Design to Create...


Human Communication as Narration

by Walter R. Fisher

This book addresses questions that have concerned rhetoricians, literary theorists, and philosophers since the time of the pre-Socratics and the Sophists: How do people come to believe and to act on the basis...


Non-Western Colonization, Orientalism, and the Comfort Women

by Ako Inuzuka

Non-Western Colonization, Orientalism, and the 'Comfort Women: The Collective Memory of Sexual Slavery under the Japanese Imperial Military examines the collective memory of sexual slavery under the Japanese...


Information Security Essentials

by Susan E. McGregor

As technological and legal changes have hollowed out the protections that reporters and news organizations have depended upon for decades, information security concerns facing journalists as they report, produce,...


Where Do You Hang Your Hammock?

by Bella Mahaya Carter

In Where Do You Hang Your Hammock? seasoned coach and author Bella Mahaya Carter shows writers how to use their present circumstances as stepping-stones to a successful and meaningful writing life, navigated...


Sociocultural and Power-Relational Dimensions of Multilingual Writing

by Amir Kalan

This book examines the writing practices of three adult multilingual writers through the prism of their writing in English as an additional language. It illustrates some of the social, cultural and political...


Affective Landscapes

by María Pilar Rodríguez & Cristina Ortiz Ceberio

Affective Landscapes: Representation of Terrorism and Violence by Basque Female Authors draws from contemporary social and cultural theory of affect to analyze the Basque Country’s political violence since...


Engaging your Community through Active Strategic Marketing

by Terry Kendrick

Now more than ever, libraries must find ways to engage with their communities in order to demonstrate the value they create and deliver. Engaging your Community through Active Strategic Marketing is a comprehensive...


Summary of Doesn't Hurt to Ask

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of Doesn't Hurt to Ask

One of the most critical skills a prosecutor can have in a courtroom is the ability to persuade. Every prosecutor knows that if they cannot persuade a jury of their client's guilt,...


Young Childrens Foreign Language Anxiety

by Jieun Kiaer, Jessica M. Morgan-Brown & Naya Choi

This book investigates the effects of foreign language anxiety (FLA) on young language learners, using as a basis for observation the early childhood English education industry in South Korea that has arisen...


Language Learning Environments

by Phil Benson

This book is the first in-depth examination of the application of theories of space to issues of second language learning. The author introduces the work of key thinkers on the theory of space and place and...