Resource books

Here are a few different types of resource books:

Educational Resource Books:

These are often used by students and teachers to supplement their learning. For example, the National Institute of Education (NIE) in Sri Lanka provides resource books for G.C.E. Advanced Level (A/L) students in subjects like Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. These resource books cover topics such as practical instructions, revision exercises, and essential learning concepts.

Language Resource Books:

Language resource books include anthologies of poetry, short stories, and other literary works. For instance, the NIE also offers an English anthology of poetry and short stories for A/L English students. These books help students explore language, literature, and creative writing.

Human Resources (HR) Books:

In the professional context, HR books provide insights into human resource management, organizational behavior, and talent development. Notable titles include 'HR from the Outside In: Six Competencies for the Future of Human Resources' by Dave Ulrich.

General Reference Books:

These encompass dictionaries, thesauruses, and manuals. Despite the digital age, we still rely on these resource books for answers. For instance, dictionaries help us understand word meanings, while manuals guide us in using appliances or programming devices.

Free eBooks:

Project Gutenberg offers a vast collection of free eBooks, including classic literature, historical texts, and more. It's a valuable resource for avid readers and researchers