TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY Pickler Memorial Library Truman State University

eBook Collections

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Credo Reference  
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Over 600 dictionaries and encyclopedias.  View a list of titles available.

eBook Collection (EBSCO)

Includes all these sub-collections:
      eBook Academic Collection
      eBook Clinical Collection
      eBook Community College Collection
      eBook High School Collection
      eBook K-8 Collection
      eBook Public Library Collection

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This EBSCO eBook collection provides access to over 138,000 titles from a wide variety of subject areas.

This collection is also known as eMO.   MOBIUS and EBSCO eBooks partnered to make this available to participating MOBIUS libraries. http://emo.searchmobius.org/
ebrary
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The Academic Complete Collection from ebrary offers online, full-text access to over 70,000 titles in all academic subject areas.
Safari Tech Books Online
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Over 1,000 complete computer and technical books and manuals for online reading.  Limit 5 simultaneous users
Collection Titles (Free Titles) Descriptions
American Memory: The 19th Century in Print About 1,500 books published in the U.S. from 1850-1880.
Bartleby.com's Great Books Online Includes the 70-volume Harvard Classics, King James Bible, and many reference books.
Bibliomania More than 2000 classic texts, reference books, author biographies, study guides, etc
Digital Book Index 145,00 free digital books.
eScholarship Editions
Provides access to a growing collection of digital texts and monographs, including more than 2,000 University of California Press titles. A significant number of the electronic books are available for free to the public.
Google Book Search Google has partnered with publishers, authors, and libraries to provide full text of millions of volumes.
Hathi Trust Digital Library A repository for archiving and sharing of digitized collections.
Humanities Text Initiative From the University of Michigan.  Includes:  American Verse Project, Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse, and Modern English Works (public domain) and much more.
Hypertexts: "We DO American Studies" Hosted by the American Studies Group at University of Virginia.  Provides full text access to a variety of literary and scholarly hypertexts.
IPL Books Online Internet Public Library links to more than 20,000 free texts.
Internet Archive The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. It includes moving images, live music archives, audio and text.
Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative Missouri  historical resources: including documents, photographs, maps and other materials of interest.
National Academies Press 3,000 books online for free. Primarily science and political science titles.
OAIster Project of the University of Michigan to provide access to publicly available digital library resources provided by the research library community. 
Online Books Page University of Pennsylvania provides links to more than 20,000 titles available through Project Gutenberg, Bibliomania, UVA Electronic Text Center, etc.
Pickler Memorial Library Catalog eBooks Books that have been included in the Truman State University-Pickler Memorial Library catalog.
Project Gutenberg More than 10,000 texts available, generally published before 1923, no longer in copyright.
University of Virginia Library Electronic Text Center Contains more than 70,000 texts, about 10,000 of them are free; access to others requires membership.
World Digital Library Developed by the U.S. Library of Congress; UNESCO; contributions by partner institutions in many countries; financial support of a number of companies and private foundations.
Wright American Fiction Collection - About 2,880 volumes of American adult fiction published between 1851 and 1875.

 




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