#34 – All The Books I Currently Have Out of The Library

It’s time for… a list!  Who doesn’t love lists?  Hitler, that’s who.  Everyone else loves lists.  And now I give you one.  It’s the list of all the books I currently have out of the library.  Correction: the libraries. Because I have some books out of the VPL and some out of UBC library.

Books I Have Out of the VPL:

  • Eat that Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy (Mp3 audiobook)
  • The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell (MP3 audiobook)
  • Getting To Yes Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In by Roger Fisher (CD audiobook)
  • They Say/I Say: The Moves That Matter In Persuasive Writing by Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein (an actual book!)
  • Getting Things Done by David Allen (MP3 audiobook – I’m on the wait list for this one)

Books I Have Out of the UBC Library:

  • Planning and evaluating health programs: A primer by Charles Hale, Frank Arnold, Marvin T. Travis
  • Doing qualitative research: A practical handbook by David Silverman
  • Enhancing university teaching: Lessons from research into award-winning teachers by David Kember & Carmel McNaught
  • Discussion with more students by Graham Gibbs
  • Sage qualitative research kit edited by Uwe Flick
  • Doing conversation, discourse and document analysis by Tim Rapley
  • Re-thinking science: Knowledge and the public in an age of uncertainty by Helga Nowotny, Peter Scott &Michael Gibbons.
  • Structure of scientific revolutions by Thomas S. Kuhn.
  • Program theory-driven evaluation science : strategies and applications by Stewart I. Donaldson
  • Research methodology for sport and exercise science : a comprehensive introduction for study and research edited by Herbert Haag
  • Evaluating health promotion: Practice and methods edited by Margaret Thorogood &Yolande Coombes
  • Program evaluation: An introduction by David Royse
  • Philosophy and the sciences of exercise, health and sport: Critical perspectives on research methods edited by Mike McNamee

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