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Electronic Journals and E-books

Core Databases and Indexes

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Info Title   # Users Access Restrictions Format
Blackwell/Synergy Description Blackwell/Synergy Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
eBooks@ISU Description eBooks@ISU Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library Varies On & Off Campus Online
Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Description Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
Global Reference Center Description Global Reference Center Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
IEEE Xplore Description IEEE Xplore Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
ingentaconnect Description ingentaconnect Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
JSTOR Description JSTOR Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
MUSE Description MUSE Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
Oxford Reference Online Premium Collection Description Oxford Reference Online: Premium Collection Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online
PRIMO Description PRIMO Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   Special Online
SpringerLink Description SpringerLink Funded by Eli M. Oboler Library   On & Off Campus Online

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Books

Many of the library's e-books and documents can be found via the library catalog. They can be found by searching for any subject and will be displayed along with print resources. Their location is "Internet." Click on the link provided to view the document.


Web Sites

eBooks@Adelaide: The Library at the University of Adelaide has collected this collection of texts from ancient times to the twentieth century. Their collection includes philosophy and science and history texts, as well as literature.

ipl2: Collected and annotated by librarians, this site contains a searchable database of high quality Web sites. To find a Web site, browse the available topics or use the search box.

The Online Books Page: Developed by the library at the University of Pennsylvania, this online collection contains more than 25,000 e-books. The collection includes fiction, nonfiction, government documents, and more.

Perseus Digital Library: Created and maintained by the Department of Classics at Tufts University, this Web site contains the full text of dozens of classical Greek and Roman texts, Renaissance science and humanist texts. Some Greek and Roman texts are only available in their original languages.

Project Gutenberg: According to the Librarians' Internet Index, this e-books Web site has more than 20,000 titles in its library. The majority of these titles are in the public domain.


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