Keys to Success for Adult Learners by Carol Carter and Sarah Lyman Kravits
LB2342.32 .C375 2014
Keys to Success for English Language Learners by Carol Carter and Sarah Lyman Kravits
LB2343.32 .C3745 2014
Keys to Success for Digital Learners by Carol Carter and Sarah Lyman Kravits
LB2343.32 .C374 2014
Ownership: Study Strategies by Megan Stone
LB2395 .S763 2014
Ownership: Critical Thinking by Megan Stone
LB2395.35 .S76 2014
Ownership: Effective Planning by Megan Stone
LB2395.4 .S76 2014
Ownership: Accountability by Megan Stone
LB2395 .S758 2014
Tips for Teaching Pronunciation: A Practical Approach by Linda Lane and H. Douglas Brown
PE1128.A2 L2923 2010
Tips for Teaching Listening: A Practical Approach by Jack C. Richards and Ann Burns
PE1128.A2 R4923 2012
Tips for Teaching Culture: Practical Approaches to Intercultural Communication by Ann C. Wintergerst and Joe McVeigh
PE1128.A2 W568 2011
Longman Academic Writing Series. 1, Sentences to Paragraphs by Linda Butler
PE1408 .L66 2014
The Longman Academic Writing, Level 2 : Paragraphs by Ann Hogue and Jennifer Bixby
PE1408 .L662 2014
Longman Academic Writing Series. 3 : Paragraphs to Essays by Alice Oshima
PE1408 .L663 2014
Longman Academic Writing Series, Level 4 : Essays by Alice Oshima, Ann Hogue and Lara Ravitch
PE1408 .L664 2014
Longman Academic Writing Series. Level 5, Essays to Research Papers by Alan Meyers
PE1408 .L665 2014
Longman Business English Dictionary
PE1127.B86 L66 2007
Longman student grammar of spoken and written English by Douglas Biber, Geoffrey N. Leech, Susan Conrad
PE1112 .L662 2002
Teaching by principles : an interactive approach to language pedagogy by H. Douglas Brown and Heeykyeong Lee
P51 .B7754 2015
English Vocabulary Games
PE1449 .G865 2014
Clear Speech from the Start: Basic Pronunciation and Listening Comprehension in North American English by Judy B. Gilbert
PE1128 .G518 2012
The COD Library ESL/ABE/GED Faculty Newsletter ran once a month for 5 years and provided instructors with updates on Library services, announcements of newly added ESL and ABE/GED materials as well as a freely available online Resource of the Month.
The online version of the Newsletter was available on three different platforms, making finding older issues a little challenging-- now all five years of back issues are available in one place. Head to http://issuu.com/jenniferkelley8/stacks and browse to your heart's content.
Questions? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
American English E-books
Read e-books anytime, anywhere: on the go or in the classroom! Free American English e-books-including classic graded readers, an idiom reference guide, and resources for teachers-are available in .epub (most e-readers and tablets) and .mobi (Kindle-compatible) format in the “Downloads” section of select American English resources.
Open Culture E-books
A resource for finding freely available classics in e-book form, including fables, fairy tales and books in the public domain. Some titles can be read online, other can be downloaded to e-book readers.
Okay, so maybe close your windows. You don’t need to hear us shouting and it’s cold outside.
Instead, share the January-February SOS Workshop and Webinar schedule. It’s attached below and also available at the bottom of this here webpage: http://codlrc.org/sos/workshops
Over the next few weeks we’ll be offering these hands-on workshops (in SRC 3104) and online webinars:
Drop in to any and all of these free sessions! Send your friends! Send your enemies! We have something for everyone this semester.
There is no registration for any SOS sessions-- just head over to SRC 3104 for the Workshops or click through http://codlrc.org/sos/online/join to join a Webinar.
This spring, Learning Express Library will be getting an exciting new update. In addition to a more user-friendly look, LEL is updating content and features.
For more information and to get a sneak peek at what you can expect, take a look at "Introducing LearningExpress Library: Version 3.0."
The Knovel database is a cross-searchable collection of electronic books covering many subjects in technology, engineering, applied technology, science, chemistry and physics and much more. If you're a user of this great tool (or want to become one!), you'll be interested in this message from Knovel about their new look and features:
Have you tried Knovel's new platform?
We are delighted to announce the release of a new Knovel platform, providing major upgrades that incorporate user feedback. The new Knovel platform features smarter search functionality and an answer-centric user interface that reflects how users interact with Knovel.
What to expect:
- An entirely new look and feel.
- New search features that allow you to narrow results by type and refine your results with more precision.
- New data search wizard with drag and drop query builder.
- We know you have a job to do, New Knovel is faster and more powerful.
Ready to get started?
We've launched our brand-new website in anticipation of the Fall semester and are excited about the new design, features and organization.
Check out the home page, then explore for yourself.
If you have questions or can't find what you're looking for, give us a call at the Reference Desk: 630-942-3364
ED 1820–a 2-credit Fall semester class–was developed by COD Librarians not only to strengthen your research skills, but to provide you with the information management tools you need to succeed academically and professionally.