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Handbook of Porous Media tops list of 2007 most-used NetLibrary titles

Updated on: Jul 1, 2008 @ 11:49:00 am

The NetLibrary eBook collection covers a variety of disciplines, and the most-used titles
of the collection for 2007 demonstrates that variety. These titles and many more can be
accessed by searching the UCF Catalog, or by searching NetLibrary on the list of Articles and
Databases.
The top 20 most-used titles are:

  1. Handbook of Porous Media
  2. Language Minority Students in American Schools : An Education in English {ESL and Applied
    Linguistics Professional Series}
  3. The Foundations of Buddhism
  4. An Introduction to Management Science : Quantitative Approaches to Decision Making
  5. The Dictionary of Anthropology
  6. The School Law Handbook : What Every Leader Needs to Know
  7. Research for Nurses : Methods and Interpretation
  8. Java 2 : The Complete Reference
  9. Awakening Genius in the Classroom
  10. Homer's Odyssey {Bloom's Notes}
  11. Human Resources Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations
  12. Handbook of Polyethylene : Structures, Properties, and Applications {Plastics Engineering
    (Marcel Dekker, Inc.) ; 57}
  13. New Perspectives On Grammar Teaching in Second Language Classrooms {ESL and Applied
    Linguistics Professional Series}
  14. The English Renaissance : An Anthology of Sources and Documents
  15. Wiley CPA Examination Review. Volume 2, Problems and Solutions
  16. Professional Event Coordination {Wiley Event Management Series}
  17. Introduction to Data Envelopment Analysis and Its Uses : With DEA-solver Software and
    References
  18. A History of Fascism, 1914-1945
  19. Abductive Reasoning : Logical Investigations Into Discovery and Explanation {Synthese
    Library ; 330}

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