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Library and Learning Resources
- Number of Arabic books: c. 2000 titles
- Number of Foreign books: c. 200 titles
- Books are organised in 3 columns of shelves according to Dewey Decimal Classification System
- There is a number of other learning material, such as compact disks (CDs), video cassette tapes and government publications
- There are 4 daily newspapers in addition to magazines.
- There is a room for research and Internet equipped with 3 desktop computers
- There is a table for reading and research that accommodates up to 6 people at a time. In addition, there is a place to sit and study next to the shelves
- The installation of a new integrated library system (Unicorn) for the library automation.
- The installation of electronic book theft detection systems to remove and re-magnetize books at exits, when necessary.
Oxford Practice Grammar, new ed.By John Eastwood
Paragraphs and Essays with Integrated Readings, 11th ed.
By Brandon Brandon
Writing By Christopher Tribble
|4||Understanding and Using English Grammar By Betty Azar and Stacey A. Hogen|
|5||Skills Plus - Advanced Reading and Speaking By Will Forsyth|
|6||English Vocabulary in Use – Upper intermediate, 2nd ed.By Michael McCarthy and Felicity O’Dell|
|7||An Introduction to Language, 9th ed.By Victoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman and Nina Hyams|
|8||How to do Discourse Analysis – A Toolkit By James Paul Gee|
|9||Syntactic Change – A minimalist approach to Grammaticalization By Ian Roberts and Anna Roussou|