Search the Following Sources for E-Books
- Blackwell Reference Online: Vast online library containing reference volumes pertaining to the humanities and social sciences.
- Credo Reference: Vast online reference library providing access to the full text of highly regarded reference titles.
- Directory of Open Access Books: Provides free access to peer-reviewed books in all subjects.
- DSM-IV-TR / PsychiatryOnline: Powerful website that features DSM-IV-TR® and The American Journal of Psychiatry as the cornerstones of an unsurpassed collection of psychiatric references, including books, journals, and self-assessment tools.
- Ebrary: Provides full access to ebooks. The titles are multidisciplinary.
- Gale Virtual Reference Library: Database of encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research. These reference materials once were accessible only in the library, but now you can access them online from the library or remotely 24/7.
- Google Book Search: Search engine targeting free digitized copies of books from libraries and publishers worldwide.
- Literary Encyclopedia: Literary reference work which provides biographies of writers.
- Marquis Who's Who on the Web: Contains detailed biographical information on outstanding achievers worldwide in a wide variety of professions and virtually every important field of endeavor.
- NetLibrary: The full-text of electronic books in many subject areas. You can search the text for key terms or browse the table of contents and read the book online.
- Oxford Medicine Online (select titles): Collection of online medical resources which cover every stage in a medical career, from resources for medical students and junior doctors, to those for nurses, senior doctors and consultants.
- Oxford Reference Online: Brings together language and subject dictionaries and reference works into a single cross-searchable resource.
- Reference Universe: Database of back-of-the-book indexes and article titles to subject encyclopedias and reference works. "Use Browse Mode" allows you to browse Reference Universe by Publisher; Title of Reference Work; Library of Congress Subject Heading; Library of Congress Call Number; and Index or Article Title Term.
- Stat!Ref: Clinical information resource that provides full text access to key medical reference sources and textbooks.
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