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New Items at the Rosen Library

New Items at the Rosen Library: October 2018

The Rosen library’s collection supports the research, teaching, and learning activities of the Rosen College of Hospitality Management. It is home to many interesting books and materials located nowhere else in the UCF Library collection. Subjects found at the Rosen library include hospitality, tourism, food and beverage management, event management, entertainment management, and more.

Beginning with this post, this series will highlight some of the recent additions to the collection. Visit the Rosen library to check out these titles or request them via interlibrary loan. Browse other new titles on the “New Items at Rosen Library” guide.

Cover of The New Wine Rules
The New Wine Rules: A Genuinely Helpful Guide to Everything You Need to Know
by Jon Bonne
This pocket-sized book is great for anyone who wants to learn about wine but has no idea where to begin. Comprehensive yet concise, it covers choosing a wine, pairing with food, storing, plus other useful topics.

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New Books at John C. Hitt

July New Books at the John C. Hitt Library

New books to the left of you. New books to the right of you. New books on the shelves. New books all around.

New books enter the UCF Libraries system on a regular basis. At the John C. Hitt Library, we select those with interesting titles, eye-catching dust jackets, or timely topics to feature on a display. The books range in subject from photography, science, and history to poetry, novels, and biographies. The display, which is next to the seating area at the Research & Information Desk, changes on a weekly basis.

Stop by. Maybe there will be one you want to take home with you.

Here is a small selection of the 57 books that are currently on the display which ranges from American History and poetry to education and FIFA scandals:

Cover image of 6 new books on display

To keep up with all the new additions to the New Book Display, follow our guide.

New Books at John C. Hitt

May New Books at the John C. Hitt Library

New books to the left of you. New books to the right of you. New books on the shelves. New books all around.

New books enter the UCF Libraries system on a regular basis. At the John C. Hitt Library, we select those with interesting titles, eye-catching dust jackets, or timely topics to feature on a display. The books range in subject from photography, science, and history to poetry, novels, and biographies. The display, which is next to the seating area at the Research & Information Desk, changes on an almost weekly basis.

Stop by. Maybe there will be one you want to take home with you.

Here is a small selection of the 50 books that are currently on the display:

May New Book Display features

To keep up with all the new additions to the New Book Display, follow our guide.

New Books at John C. Hitt

New Books at John C. Hitt Library

New books enter the UCF Libraries system on a regular basis. At the John C. Hitt Library, we select those with interesting titles, eye-catching dust jackets, or timely topics to feature on a display. The books range in subject from photography, science, and history to poetry, novels, and biographies. The display, which is next to the seating area at the Research & Information Desk, changes around every two weeks.

Stop by. Maybe there will be one you want to take home with you.

Here is a small selection of the 50 books that are currently on the display:

 

Selection of 7 book covers from the March 2018 New Book display

 

To keep up with all the new additions to the New Book Display, follow our guide.

Knight Reads

New Knight Reads Titles

Knight Reads is our collection of popular fiction and non-fiction reading. There are Knight Reads collections in the John C. Hitt Library and in the Rosen Library.

Check out these titles we just added to the Knight Reads shelves in the John C. Hitt Library:

Knight Reads May 2017

If you’d like to suggest a title to add to Knight Reads, please email it to carrie.moran@ucf.edu

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