EBSCO eBooks are online versions of print books that your library has either purchased with a perpetual license or via an annual subscription, and, since November 2021, a group of 4,000 Open Access ebook created in collaboration with university presses and scholarly OA publishers such as University of Michigan Press, Taylor & Francis and Temple University Press. This highly curated collection provides libraries and end users with choice and access to a large selection of discoverable, DRM-Free content.
eBooks that are owned will be available to the library in perpetuity.
EBSCO eBooks offer a number of advantages over their print counterparts.
Ebooks can be viewed online but also, for the most part, can be downloaded offline - in pdf or epub format. Users can:
- Download titles to mobile devices, including iPhones, iPads, Kindle Fires, and Android Devices
- Search within a book for specific words or phrases
- Save, print, or email chapters or sections
- Copy and paste portions of text for easy access during the research process
- Link to books or book chapters for easy reference or social sharing
- Save a list of favorite books to a personal book shelf
- Generate or export citations to bibliographic management tools
- Save notes to a personal folder with an EBSCOhost account
- Navigate between sections or chapters and the index via linking
- Place holds on titles with limited simultaneous user licenses (though most titles are available for unlimited access)
Accessible from: public PCs in the libraries/wireless/off-campus.
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- Multidisciplinary Indexes
- Biological Sciences
- Computer Science
- Earth Sciences
- Forensic Sciences
- History and Social Sciences
- Languages and Linguistics
- Literature and philology
- Medicine and Health
- Music, Theatre and Dance
- Political Sciences
- Veterinary Medicine