Ebook Search Engines
This is a gathering place for the search engines of different vendors who have sold ebooks to Faulkner. The two main ways of discovering ebooks are by using the library catalog to find individual titles, and by using one of these search engines to see what a particular vendor has provided. By far the most common way for researchers to find ebooks is through the catalog.
On Campus access only
eBooks-Library is one of the largest eBook repositories on the Web, especially for classic works. This library offers full-text access to 935 authors and composers, more than 5400 works, 15300 sub-titles and 512,000 pages. Subject areas include law, economics, finance, history, art, literature, and many more. From Chrysoma Associates, Ltd.
ProQuest is now the vendor for Ebrary books, and they are easy to use, with flexible options. Another way to find out what Ebrary books we have is to enter Ebrary
as a keyword search term in our Millennium catalog.
EbscoHost eBook Collection
This comprehensive ebook portal from EBSCO provides electronic books owned by the Nichols Library and available to Faulkner users on all campuses. The library staff is open to suggestions for consideration of new ebooks from Ebsco.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Gale Virtual Reference Library is the platform for Gale online products, providing reference ebooks in a variety of academic fields, paid for by AVL, and a growing number of Gale nonfiction ebooks purchased by Faulkner. Everything is cross-searchable.
SpringerLink for Ebooks
SpringerLink is one way to access the extensive Springer Verlag catalog of ebooks to find the ones Faulkner has purchased. The other method of access is to search the Faulkner Libraries catalog and find linked items there individually.