What are e-books? Electronic books (e-books) are full-text books in electronic form that can be read online (some permit downloading). They are linked from: our online catalog; within our online subscription databases; and on public websites.
Our online catalog contains these e-book collections:
- NetLibrary – Some 4,000 current academic & publically accessible books from many different disciplines
- History E-Book Project — Interdisciplinary books on world history, ancient to modern
- Government Documents — 150 US GPO titles, including Federal Register, Congressional Record, and Occupational Outlook Handbook.
- A complete list of all of these can be found at the New Books link; see page 2.
How to use e-books linked from our catalog:
- Search the catalog as you would normally. When you see **Electronic Book** in the location field, click under “Connect To” and view the book online.
- For remote access just enter your last name and student ID number when prompted.
How to use e-books in our databases:
Go to the Full List of Databases on the Library homepage, select a database, and then search by subject.Some of these searches will pull up content from electronic books. To see the specific titles contained in a database, click on “Sources” or “Publications” on its main page.