New ebook collections for Education

The Library now has access to the following specialist education e-book collections from Bloomsbury. You can view all titles in these collection directly by clicking on the links below. Individual titles in each collection are also available via the Library catalogue.

Bloomsbury Collections: Philosophy of Education Archive 2008-2012  contains 50 titles from the Continuum backlist, including the complete Continuum Library of Educational Thought, a 25-volume series covering major thinkers from Plato and St Augustine to Mary Wollstonecraft and Rudolf Steiner, together with monographs covering educational research and education policy, such as Mary Warnock’s Special Educational Needs: A New Look.

Bloomsbury Collections: Second Language Acquisition 2004-2012 – The Second Language Acquisition Archive 2004-2012 includes 29 titles published between 2004 and 2012, including Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global ContextsEssentials for Successful English Language Teaching, and Literature in Second Language Education: Enhancing the Role of Texts in Learning

Bloomsbury Collections: Special Collections: Education Around the World Collection– collection provides a global picture of education, highlighting national, regional and global trends. Each volume includes a substantial editorial introductory chapter, followed by individual country chapters written by indigenous authors who are recognised experts in their field, allowing for special local factors to emerge and to be explained with authority and cultural understanding.

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