Please contact your subject librarian directly, or complete the purchase request form, to determine if we gain access to e-versions for materials for your research not currently available or currently on Reserve for teaching. We will make a concerted effort to locate a multi-user e-version for you. Please note that we will not in some cases be able to purchase a copy, due to restrictions on institutional purchases or lack of a multi-user license (e.g., Kindle copies from Amazon, publisher restrictions).
Note that over the summer, many vendors provided temporary access to large swathes of their content. Unfortunately, this temporary access has gone away in most cases! If you have a link to an e-book that no longer works, please contact you subject librarian who can investigate and/or purchase another copy if our access has ended.
DOAB aggregates records for Open Access Books so libraries can integrate the directory into their online catalogues, helping scholars and students to discover the books.