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ENG 236 - Black American Literature: Poetry and Drama - Dr. Blaque: Finding Library eBooks

EBRARY and NETLIBRARY - KUs DIGITAL BOOK COLLECTIONS

The EASIEST way to view electronic books is to go directly to EBRARY or NETLIBRARY from here.

or use the links in the BOOKS tab on the library website.

 

 Ebrary  is the largest and allows you to highlight the text.  It has over 50,000 college-level books on all subjects.

  EBSCO BOOKS is also available and has strong collections in literature. Use the OMNISEARCH box to find these

IMPORTANT: You must go through the library website to use EBRARY and EBSCO BOOKS.

DIGITAL BOOKS in the KU LIBRARY CATALOG

The library has two services that provide you with Ebooks (digital copies of books you read from your computer).  All the titles are listed in the Library Catalog.  Look for a Location of "Online Resource: Electronic Books" and a link at the top of the screen that says "Click here..."

 

Here is an example from the Library Catalog:

 

Ebook in PILOT