Librarian Linda Straube shared resources posted by Sue Polanka's blog: "No Shelf Required"
ebrary has developed an open access collection of e-books related to the events of September 11th at http://site.ebrary.com/lib/september11/. Libraries can include that link on their homepage and enable anyone with access to an Internet connection to download and read any or all of 15 full-text e-books throughout September. The selection includes:
Terrorism: Perspectives from the Behavioral and Social Sciences, National Research Council Staff, National Academies Press, 2002
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|Internet Under Crisis Conditions: Learning from September 11, Committee on the Internet Under Crisis Conditions, National Academies Press, 2003 |
|Shock of the News: Media Coverage and the Making of 9/11, Brian Monahan, NYU Press, 2010 |
|The Victims of Terrorism: An Assessment of Their Influence and Growing Role in Policy, Legislation, and the Private Sector, Bruce Hoffman, Anna-Britt Kasupski, & Bruce Hoffman, RAND Corporation, 2007 |
|Scapegoats of September 11th: Hate Crimes and State Crimes in the War on Terror, Michael Welch, Rutgers University Press, 2006 |
|Holy Terrors: Thinking about Religion After September 11, Bruce Lincoln, University of Chicago Press, 2008 |
Civic War and the Corruption of the Citizen, Peter Meyers, University of Chicago Press, 2008
This is a fully-functional site with access to all of ebrary’s research tools at absolutely no cost.