An ebook is the electronic version of a normal book.
These days some books are created as electronic copies first and then as printed books.
Your Library has lots of ebooks for you to borrow.
You'll need to download the ebook file to a smartphone, tablet, laptop, PC or dedicated ebook reader in order to use it.
For more information on ebooks formats, accessibility and open access ebooks, check out our dedicated LibGuide here.
Our collection of ebooks is available online, through the Library website.
Would you like to see our newest additions?
Search through our databases for one through EOLAS.
Or search our dedicated ebook databases directly:
If you need us to purchase an ebook please email firstname.lastname@example.org to check if it is available.
We order Individual ebooks for your courses. They come from 2 different ebook vendors, EBSCO and Proquest. We also catalogue a small number of open access ebooks or reports etc.
We also have a large ebooks database with over 200,000 ebooks: