The Evans Library subscribes to thousands of electronic books. These books can be found by searching:
1) OneSearch, the search bar on the Library homepage, or 2) the Library Catalog, or 3) by searching Ebooks on the Library website (under More Ways to Search).
The following databases contain hundreds of electronic books; some of which may be of interest to you:
140,000+ ebooks from leading university presses and academic publishers. Subject coverage includes the arts, business and economics, education, engineering and technology, language arts, literary criticism, science, social science, and other academic fields. From EBSCO.
Full-text books on Business & Economics, Computers &Technology, Engineering, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Life & Physical Sciences. From ProQuest.
Access to the most current knowledge, trends, conversations, and real-world experiences in business and technology with books, videos, case studies, expert-curated learning paths and self-assessments from world-renowned innovators and corporate leaders.
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Scientific and technical books from 2005-current year (some back to 1997.) Among the subjects covered are: Architecture, Design and Arts; Behavioral Sciences; Business & Economics; Computer Science; Earth & Environmental Science; Engineering; Social Sciences & Law; Mathematics & Statistics; Professional and Applied Computing. Also accessible individually via the Library Catalog. Can limit by collection to Business and Economics.
Search for theses and dissertations from universities around the world. Links to full text are provided.
An online library of encyclopedias and specialized ebooks series for multidisciplinary research. Subjects include Art; Business; Government and Law; History; Language and Literature; Science; Social Sciences; and Technology.
How can I acquire books from the Evans Library Collection?
Normally, books not available electronically may be available to Distance Students in the United States via our Web-based interlibrary loan and document delivery management system. The loan period is 30 days. This does not include textbooks.
However, 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.