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Easy ways to suggest library resources

Reading List by KJGarbutt, on Flickr

It’s that time of year when we are submitting orders for new books and resources for next year.  There are several ways to do it.

The old-fashioned way would be to create a list of titles/authors and send it to me via email (kda@uwcsea.edu.sg).

You can also click here to use a Google Form to submit information to a Google Spreadsheet for me:

Suggest a Library Resource!


 

But if you want to give me more information, including an ISBN and book cover image, there are quite a few online tools that make it easy.

NB: you have to register first — at no cost — but then you are free to create all kinds of booklists.

The beauty of such tools is that you enter the minimal search terms needed to identify the book (key words from the title, the author’s name) and it looks for different editions for you to choose from.

Feel free to use any of them and send me the link.


Want to search for titles/prices?  Try these book sites…


For hard-to-find books – whether new or out-of-print

Singapore Suppliers


Photo credit: Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0 Generic License by KJGarbutt

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