The eBook Collection contains a large selection of multidisciplinary eBook titles representing a broad range of academic subject matter, covering a variety of subjects such as Behavioral Science, Business, Technology, Science, Literature and Humanities as well as a comprehensive range of audience levels from basic introductory level texts to high level research materials.
As of Dec. 2015, approximately 1,000 titles have been added to this collection.
Formerly called NetLibrary
Help is available at http://support/ebsco.com/ebooks/ and via a link in the upper right corner of every screen.
Ebooks can be downloaded for offline viewing. To view a tutorial on this topic, visit http://support.ebsco.com/training/flash_videos/eBooks/ebooks_downloading/ebooks_downloading.html
Users are encouraged to create an account with “My EBSCOhost” by clicking on “Sign in” on the top navigation bar.
The “PDF fulltext” link allows online viewing. Users may save up to 60 pages per session as a PDF file.
User tools and features
Users can create email alerts and/or RSS feeds in “My EBSCOhost”. After signing in to “MyEBSCOhost”, users can also check out most ebooks for up to 7 days by clicking the link “Download (Offline)” in each book record and downloading the book for offline viewing. Offline viewing is available for Kindle, Apple and Android devices.
1985 - present.
Titles are regularly added to the collection.
Type of coverage
Table of contents and PDF fulltext of ebooks..
Print counterpart or
Some print titles may also be accessed through the .
EBSCO. A wide range of publishers including Cambridge University Press, Harvard University Press, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Sage Publications, Springer and John Wiley & Sons etc.
Vendor/electronic presentation provider