Your top 30 eBooks for 2013

January 13, 2014 – 1:03 pm

Ah… a new year, and it’s always good to see what happened last year.

We have loads* (non technical term for over 189,000) of eBooks…

So what eBooks did you read in 2013?



Here are the top 30 from Scholarly Stats.

  • Principles of health care ethics : edited By Richard E. Ashcroft
  • Lippincott’s nursing drug guide
  • Quick look nursing: pathophysiology
  • Handbook of adolescent health care: a practical guide
  • Critical care nursing made incredibly easy!
  • Lippincott’s nursing drug guide 2012
  • Ethical leadership and decision making in education : applying theoretical perspectives to complex dilemmas
  • Contemporary theories of learning : learning theorists in their own words
  • Living justice : Catholic social teaching in action
  • Monitoring the critically ill patient
  • Postmodern picturebooks : play, parody, and self-referentiality
  • Black’s medical dictionary
  • A beginner’s guide to evidence based practice in health and social care professions : a beginner’s guide
  • Shaping school culture : pitfalls, paradoxes, and promises
  • Qualitative research from start to finish
  • Leadership for an age of wisdom
  • Introduction to evidence-based practice : a practical guide for nursing
  • Psychology for midwives
  • Commonsense methods for children with special educational needs
  • Quick look nursing: growth and development through the lifespan
  • Student behaviour : theory and practice for teachers
  • Oxford textbook of psychotherapy
  • 100 questions & answers about congestive heart failure
  • Cardiac nursing
  • Anaesthetic and perioperative complications
  • Psychosocial nursing for general patient care
  • The disability studies reader
  • Clinical coach for effective perioperative nursing care
  • Identity in adolescence : the balance between self and other
  • Drugs during pregnancy and lactation : treatment options and risk assessment

No surprises really??…lots of nursing and health books, but also development, teaching and Catholic social teaching.

eBooks come in many shapes and forms (different collections), so they can look and behave differently on different platforms. This top 30 list included books from Ovid, Ebsco eBook Collection, and EBL – eBook Library.

If you need help with eBooks, contact us or check out our eBooks @ACU Library guide 😉

Stay tuned for our sequel post on most borrowed books of 2013…

Thirty 30 image from Rupert Ganzer:  

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