The Evans Library has thousands of eBooks available for viewing! Remember, with academic books, you don't have to read the entire book to find useful information for your research. Review the table of contents for eBooks to see what chapters are most relevant to your topic.
More information on eBooks access can be found by viewing the eBooks Help research guide. Links to eBooks databases are listed below.
Search the Library Catalog for print books and government documents. Subjects are named in the Library Catalog using the Library of Congress Subject Headings. Locate print books on the fourth floor of the Evans Library using the call number indicated in the Library Catalog record.
These books are selected from our catalog. To search for more on your topic, use the Summon search box above or catalog search on the right.
How can I acquire books from the Evans Library Collection (not ebooks)?
Books not available electronically may be available to Distance Students in the United States via Document Delivery. Requests can be made using our Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery service.
At this time, we are not able to supply books from other libraries to Distance Students. Please utilize your nearest public library for this purpose; use WorldCat to find the closest library location for your book.