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Ebook Help

Reading Ebooks Online
As long as you are connected to the internet, all ebooks can be read online with no login or download required. The interface will be different depending on the ebook provider, but all provide a table of contents and the ability to search within the book for a keyword or phrase.

 

Ebook Central from ProQuest
Use the option labeled Read Online to view and read the ebook in your browser.

ProQuest ebook with Read Online button

 

EBSCOhost Academic Ebooks
Use the option labeled PDF Full Text to view and read the ebook in your browser. Sometimes there is also an EPUB format option.

EBSCOhost ebook with options for PDF Full Text and EPUB

 

Other Ebook Providers
A number of other databases and publishers provide ebooks, including JSTOR, Project Muse, Taylor & Francis and Cambridge. Generally, they all provide chapter PDFs available for online reading or download.