EBooks may be downloaded from the eBrary and EBSCO collections. Adobe Digital Editions (or Bluefire Reader for mobile devices) and an Adobe ID is required to view downloaded titles. For assistance, please ask at the Reference Desk.
This collection contains approximately 3,000 books on medicine, nursing, allied health, and related topics. Titles may be downloaded from this collection for up to 14 days with a free eBrary account.
This is a general ebook collection that contains more than 130,000 works of fiction and non-fiction in all topics. Titles may be downloaded from this collection for up to 7 days with a free EBSCO account. Watch this tutorial on how to use the mobile app.
This collection offers access to nearly 10,000 titles from the biggest names in computer science, information technology, and business publishing.
Libraries possessing this collection find they are able to fulfill the most exhaustive research requirements of graduate scholars - from their desktop - in many subject areas: including English literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, theology, music, fine arts, education, mathematics, and science.
The AMS offers access to dozens of downloadable books on algebra, topology, number theory, mathematical physics, logic, analysis, and other topics.
This site contains a collection of reference books including older editions of classic works such as The Columbia Encyclopedia, Grey's Anatomy, Post's Etiquette, Roger International Thesaurus, and many more. Works of fiction and poetry in the public domain are also available.
The DPLA is a growing online library.
Europeana is a collective online library created for European libraries.
This online library is a project of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
A growing collection, Google Books offers searchable access to thousands of public domain and copyrighted works. Some newer works are only available as previews.
A consortium of libraries and the non-profit Hathi organization, this site contains digitized copies of public domain fiction and non-fiction in a wide variety of topics.
Created by the University of Virginia, this collection focuses on works by major American writers, thinkers, politicians, historians, and others.
This collection offers downloadable copies of millions of ebooks from the United States and Canada in a wide variety of languages.
The NAP produces high-quality ebooks on a wide range of topics including nutrition, engineering and technology, education, earth sciences, math, physics, and many more.
OAPEN is an open access library of European academic titles.
Open Collections Program (Harvard University)
Developed by Harvard University Libraries, this site can be used to locate and view rare historical materials from Harvard's special collections.
Utah residents can download ebooks from the Open Library.
Specializing in works by European authors, this site offers access to thousands of titles on history, language, literature, and the sciences.
This collection provides access to ancient Latin and Greek language texts. English translations are available for most titles.
Project Gutenberg is one of the largest online collections of public domain books in the world. EPUB, PDF, and text downloads are available.
"UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004, includes almost 2,000 books from academic presses on a range of topics, including art, science, history, music, religion, and fiction." Some titles are restricted to UC affiliates.