The Libraries' need for more specialized books and references is constantly expanding. Our collections would greatly benefit from the acquisition of the items listed below. If you would like to contribute, or need more information on how you can help, contact the Library Development Office at 949.824.4651.
- Wiley Handbook of Current and Emerging Drug Therapies - $1,475
This all-encompassing reference work is tailored to the needs of research managers, chemists and biologists, clinical scientists, and executives in the pharmacology and biotechnology industries. It provides a general overview of the etiology and pathophysiology of the important disease indications, as well as authoritative and comprehensive analysis of currently approved drugs targeting these diseases. Readers will also find product-by-product analyses of drugs currently in development.
- Information Technology Ethics: Cultural Perspectives by Soraj Hongladarom (Editor) Charles Ess - $165
Communication and commerce continue to connect people from different cultures through information technology. Reducing this digital divide is always a goal between the developed and developing world. This book takes a global approach to the diverse ethical issues evoked by information and communication technologies and their possible resolutions.
- Invasion of Privacy: A Reference Handbook by Kevin M. Keenan - $55
This handbook looks at the right of privacy from the 17th century to current times, from various perspectives around the world. Students would be interested in the use of fingerprint scanners and the misuse of surveillance cameras. The reference work provides pros and cons of each argument so that students gain an opportunity to decide for themselves their position.