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Listed below is a sampling of the latest e-books added to Books24x7, a database of electronic books in the computing and business fields. Many of your favorite titles found on the NCAR Library shelves are also included in this database.
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30 Tips to Become More Organized and More Accomplished By J.Davidson, 2010Getting Over Stage Fright: A New Approach to Resolving Your Fear of Public Speaking
and Performing By J. Esposito, 2009 Goal Directed Project Management: Effective Techniques and Strategies, 4th Edition By E. S. Andersen, K. V. Grude and T. Haug, 2009Managing Conflict at Work: Understanding and Resolving Conflict for ProductiveWorking Relationships By C. Johnson and J. Keddy, 2010Managing Project Delivery: Maintaining Control and Achieving Success By T. Melton, 2009
Presentation Skills for Technical Professionals: Achieving Excellence By N. Karten, 2010Professional Parallel Programming with C#: Master Parallel Extensions with .Net 4 By G.C. Hillar, 2011Project Management Tools and Techniques for Success By C. B. Tayntor, 2010Service Level Agreements: A Legal and Practical Guide By J. Desai, 2010Teamwork 101: What Every Leader Needs to Know By J. C. Maxwell, 2008The ASTD Leadership Handbook By The American Society for Training & Development, 2010The Difference Maker: Making Your Attitude Your Greatest Asset By J. C. Maxwell, 2006Understanding Japanese Management Practices By P. Haghirian, 2010User Training for Busy Programmers: Develop Effective Software Training Classes Quickly and Easily By W. Rice, 2005