eBooks are electronic versions of the printed books that you might find on the shelf in the library. The only difference is that you can read them online (and print from them), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on or off campus.
Our eBooks are supplied by a variety of providers and major publishers, with several eBook providers to choose from.
Contains 30,000+ eBooks, covering all subject areas, and allows unlimited concurrent users. Search the entire collection by keyword, subject, publisher etc. Print pages or copy and paste results.
Offers eBooks on a variety of subjects.
Note: there is a bug in Internet Explorer (IE) 9 which means that the download and read online options do not work correctly with Dawsonera books. To overcome this you must set compatibility view when viewing a Dawsonera book (select Tools>Compatibility view on the IE9 toolbar). Alternatively you may find it easier to use a different web browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome.
EBSCO eBook Collection (previously NetLibrary)
Covering most subjects and reflecting current learning and teaching, EBSCO eBook Collection is recommended by tutors and gives you sole use of the book for 24 hours.
Safari Tech Books Online
The eReference library for programmers and IT professionals. Covering the latest in IT, computing, e-commerce and many of the new technologies, Safari Tech Books also contains user guides for popular types of software.
PLEASE NOTE: Safari Tech Books are not compatible with Google Chrome.
Database of over 30,000 chapters from over 2,000 books published by the American Psychological Association
Essential Forensic Science, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice references straight to your desktop.
MIT Press and IEEE eBooks
Includes titles available in fields such as computer science, artificial intelligence, information theory, computer programming, information technology and electrical engineering. A fantastic eBook resource for computing, engineering and technology based students. The link will take you through to the main IEEEXplore site and you can choose to search the whole IEEE digital library or just view the eBooks individually by clicking on the 'Books and eBooks' link.