Books on a shelf“We should be choosing what we want to keep, not what we want to get rid of.”
― Marie Kondō (The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing)

“Weeding is the removal of materials (books, periodicals, encyclopedias, videos etc.) from a library collection in a planned and systematic way. The deselecting process is an ongoing part of collection development, a deliberate and thoughtful activity that will keep the library current and vital.”
― Ontario Library Association

The Language Learning Resource Centre is downsizing its book collection. This includes large number of aging ESL textbooks, technical writing books, grammar, English for Specific Purposes books and more. The majority of these books are quite dated but may be of interest to some in the School. If you would like to take a look, the books can be viewed by appointment in SP 345 until September 27.

Email us (culanguage@carleton.ca) for details.

Books remaining after the 27th will be donated to the United Way Book Sale, November 19th.

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