For Mac users, Safari browser is recommended. The latest versions of Adobe Reader do not support viewing PDF files within Firefox on Mac OS. However, if you download the PDF Viewer, MyiLibrary e-books will launch seamlessly in a Macintosh/Firefox environment.
MyiLibrary is a searchable full-text collection of ebooks. It was first adopted at the Rutgers Libraries as a platform for computer science titles. Now it has extended to cover ebooks in various subject disciplines.
All Rutgers MyiLibrary eBooks may be browsed online and 10% of a given text may be saved or printed. Due to licensing agreement, you may not download the entire ebook. In addition, the titles in MyiLibrary cannot be viewed by Kindle or Nook. The contents can be viewed by any PCs, iPad or other similar devices that support web browser and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Searches can be made across many e-books or within a particular e-book. You may wish to sign up for a free account with MyiLibrary. With this account, you can save searches and bookmark titles for later use, as well as set up email alerts.
The e-Books from the Rutgers MyiLibrary collection are listed in the with a link to the full-text.
For help using these indexes see: How do I find an article on my topic?
More titles will likely be added.
Type of coverage
Published monographs that have been converted into digital format for electronic distribution.
Print counterpart or
Print versions of some titles may be located using WorldCat and the .
Vendor/electronic presentation provider