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Last Updated: Mar 21, 2014 URL: Print Guide Email Alerts

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eBook collections for research

  • ebrary  
    Full text from over 45,000 electronic books (eBooks) covering all academic subject areas.

eBook collections for reference

  • AccessScience  
    AccessScience features fully searchable content from the Encyclopedia of Science & Technology.
  • Credo Reference  
    500 full-text reference ebooks on all subjects including subject encyclopedias and dictionaries. Includes concept mapping capabilities and topic page overviews.
  • EBSCOhost ebook collection  
    Full text from over 3,000 electronic books (eBooks) covering many academic subject areas.
  • Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia  
    Full text online general encyclopedia with alphabetically arranged articles, illustrations, and maps.
  • Gale Virtual Reference Library  
    Full text of specialized reference sources and encyclopedias on a variety of topics including biology, business, history, and the environment.
  • Oxford English Dictionary  
    Full text from the second edition of the OED, including all updates.
  • Oxford Reference Online Premium  
    Full text from many of the Oxford University Press language and subject reference works. Includes illustrations.
  • World Book Online Encyclopedia  
    Full text online encyclopedia with added content, including articles, primary source documents, multi-media, maps and web sites. Comes with a dictionary and a Spanish language encyclopedia.

What are eBooks?

Electronic versions of published books are known as eBooks or e-books. These books are accessible from any computer with an Internet connection, allowing users to access a books content from anywhere at any time. If you have any questions or would like more information about eBooks, please Ask a Librarian.


Tips for accessing eBooks

You may also conduct an Advanced Search of the Library Catalog, where you can limit the Material Type to E-Books.

To access eBooks from off-campus, you will be asked to enter your last name and MHCC identification number. If you have problems, please refer to our Off-Campus Access Guide.

Many eBooks are limited to one user at a time; if you cannot connect, wait a few minutes then try again.


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