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EBOOKS in Library Databases
Canada CommonsThis link opens in a new windowCanadian federal and provincial government documents primarily in English as well as publications from some NGOs, Think tanks, Higher education and other organizations. Mainly in the form of reports, speeches, statistics, ebooks and many other formats.Note: Formerly desLibris database.
Ebook CentralThis link opens in a new windowAn electronic book collection with over 60,000 titles spanning multiple subject areas. Most titles have unlimited access. Plus limited single-user access to specific titles that we have purchased. For reference works type a subject and the word encyclopedia or dictionary [eBooks]
Gale eBooksThis link opens in a new windowA tiny collection of ebooks that the Library has purchased from the Gale database company. Titles from History, Social Sciences, Technology and more subject areas. [eBooks]
JSTORThis link opens in a new windowArticles from scholarly journals, ebooks and primary sources from many subject areas including, arts, business & economics, history, humanities, law, literature, medicine & health, science & mathematics, and social sciences. Our subscription now includes the content of all 16 JSTOR Arts and Sciences Collections as well as all the Primary Sources Collections.
Credo ReferenceThis link opens in a new windowCredo Reference provides full text access to electronic encyclopedias and dictionaries. Predefined Topics pages and concept mapping capabilities provide a good starting point for research on various issues. Also, includes a small collection of over 250 videos too.Over 900 titles in full text. [eBooks]
Google BooksVarious full text books that were scanned and placed on line. Use preview to see text.
Internet Archive : Digital Library"Internet Archive is a non-profit digital library offering millions of free books, movies, & audio files, plus billions of saved web pages in the Wayback Machine." -- taken from Twitter.
LibriVoxProvides free audio-books from the public domain.
OAPENOpen Access Publishing in European Networks (OAPEN) is a repository of open access books.
Open LibraryInitiative by the Internet Archives (with a grant from the California State Library and the Kahle/Austin Foundation) who's goal is to create a webpage for every book.