Electronic Books

Electronic Books

An eBook is an electronic version of a printed book. It is usually read on a hardware device (such as a Kindle or Nook). Personal computers and some cell phones can also be used to read ebooks.

EBSCO eBooks

eBooks is a collection of thousands of ebooks, covering over 30 subject categories.

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Ebrary is an online database of full texts of more than 43,000 scholarly books.

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Updated monthly, PsycBOOKS includes the newest scholarly and professional books published by APA including reference works from the APA Handbooks in Psychology® Series that delve deep into specific subfields within psychology. A database of over 60,000 book chapters and over 4,000 peer-reviewed books from recent and historical titles, with the earliest record from 1620.

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R2 Digital Library

A collection of searchable medical, nursing, and allied health books from key health science publishers, on a web based platform.

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Springer ebooks

Over 42,000 eBooks in the sciences and humanities.

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