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Electronic Books Definition

An e-book is a textual document provided in an electronic environment. E-books typically have in-use features such as search and cross reference functions, hypertext links, bookmarks, annotations, highlights, multimedia objects and interactive tools.


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    • e-books in Adams Library
    • ebrary
    • How to Use ebrary
    • Advanced Uses of ebrary
    • EBSCO eBook Collection
    • Humanities E-book Project
    • STAT!Ref
    • UPCC 2012 E-books (Project Muse)
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    E-books in Adams Library

    Adams Library provides electronic books through the following collections:

    The Library also subscribes to many individual reference e-books or electronic collections of reference books. Please see libguide: Online Dictionaries, Encyclopedias & Biographical Information.

    In order to access any of these resources, you need to have an activated ID card. NOTE: Some of these resources can be searched by title in the HELIN Catalog. Others are listed in the A-Z list on the Library home page.  


      eBooks & eReaders

      For more information see eBooks & eReaders libguide.


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