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  1. New - The Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders

    The new Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders provides an update on key issues and research in the clinical application of the speech, language and hearing sciences in both children and adults. Focusing on areas of cutting-edge research, this handbook showcases what we know about communication disorders, and their assessment and treatment. Order now to take advantage of a 10% discounted price.

  2. Check out the new catalog: Education: Special Issues as Books

    A special issue as a book (SPIB) is a special themed issue of a journal which is republished as a book. SPIBs give you the opportunity to read just the special issue which interests you without having to subscribe to the journal. Browse the new catalog featuring SPIBs on topics in Education.

  3. Forbes and Kelly Phillips Erb Offer “10 Things Not to Do on Tax Day”

    Forbes contributor Kelly Phillips Erb recommends ten things you should avoid to ensure your best Tax Day.

  4. Kees de Bot

    Author of the Month: Kees de Bot

    Kees de Bot, author of the ambitious A History of Applied Linguistics, is April's Author of the Month! Professor de Bot is Chair of Applied Linguistics and head of the department at the University of Groningen, Netherlands. His latest work, A History of Applied Linguistics, adresses the development and definition of Applied Linguistics since 1980. The structure of this book is largely defined by the topics covered in interviews with 40 leading international figures and is supplemented with questionnaires from a further 50 key applied linguists.

    In a new interview, Professor de Bot gives us a detailed look into the writing process, including where the idea for his book came from, his method of choosing which applied linguists to include, and how his definition of Applied Linguistics has evolved over time. 

  5. Susan Broomhall on Spaces for Feeling in Britain, 1650-1850

    “sociabilities and socialities are inherently emotional”

    Susan Broomhall, editor of Spaces for Feeling: Emotions and Sociabilities in Britain, 1650-1850 explores the origins of this collection analyzing how emotions made and created sites of sociality and sociability in the later early modern period. 

    Click here to read the full interview and article. 

  6. Routledge Title Jumpstart! Geography is a Silver Award Winner

    Congratulations to Mark Jones and Sarah Whitehouse, authors of Jumpstart! Geography: Engaging Activities for Ages 7-12for their recent success at the 2015 Geographical Association Publishers' Awards. Routledge Education is pleased to announce that Jumpstart! Geography was awarded a Silver Award.   

    Read on to find out more about this fantastic achievement... 

  7. Review: Gender, Development and Environmental Governance

    "Gender, Development and Environmental Governance is indeed an enlightening work in more ways than one. Especially admirable is the élan with which Arora-Jonsson pulls off a seemingly unsustainable project—comparing a highly developed and a developing society… [The book] is a valuable contribution to the corpus of the theoretical literature on gender and environmental studies and a must read for all gender and environment scholars."— Etee Bahadur, Journal of South Asian Development

    Click here to read more about Gender, Development and Environmental Governance - now available in paperback!

  8. The Archaeology Coursebook: An Introduction to Themes, Sites, Methods and Skills, 4th Edition

    Author Jim Grant talks about his book, The Archaeology Coursebook 4th Edition

    Jim Grant, co-author of The Archaeology Coursebook, discusses what makes this book unique, what’s new in the fourth edition, and how the field has developed since the book's first publication over a decade ago. Read the full Q&A here.

  9. Battery Technology for Electric Vehicles

    Public science and private innovation
    By Albert N. Link, Alan C. O'Connor, and Troy J. Scott

    Electric drive vehicles (EDVs) are seen on American roads in increasing numbers. Related to this market trend and critical for it to increase are improvements in battery technology. Battery Technology for Electric Vehicles examines in detail at the research support from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the development of nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) and lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries used in EDVs. Read more

  10. Wind Power Projects

    Theory and Practice
    By Tore Wizelius

    Wind power has developed rapidly in terms of the number of new wind power plants now installed in more than hundred countries around the world. This renewable energy source has become competitive, and to be able to combat climate change much more has to be installed in coming years. Read more

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