Answered By: Jan Rice Last Updated: Feb 10, 2015 Views: 7
Answered By: Jan Rice
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2015 Views: 7
There are three ways that you can find what ebooks the Library owns:
- The Library's Online Catalog indicates if we have an electronic copy of a book. The Location will be "Electronic" and there will be a hyperlink, "Ebook available". Clicking on the hyperlink will open to the full text of the ebook. (Library homepage / Find box / Books)
- There is an A-Z list of ebooks that the Library owns. Go to the Library homepage / Find box / eBooks link. Search through the alphabetic list of ebook titles. Click on the book titly hyperlink to open to the full text of the ebook.
- We also have a link to the eBooks that are available through the National Library of Medicine. Go to the Library homepage / Find box / eBooks from the National Library of Medicine link. This opens the NCBI Bookshelf database. Do a search in the search box at the top of the window. Each of the records displayed will open the full text of the ebook.
To open ebooks from off-campus (or from your laptop on campus) you will need to know your network login and password.