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HIS253 History of Human Rights: eBooks

What are eBooks?

eBooks are an electronic version of a print book which allows you to read, download or print some or most of the contents of that book. eBook titles can also be accessed through the Library Catalog.

Ebook Central

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Ebook Central - A full-text multidisciplinary collection of thousands of ebooks from a wide range of publishers. (Formerly known as ebrary)

eReference Books

Gale eBooks - St. Joseph Seminary - Yonkers, NYGale eBooks provides full-text encyclopedias, almanacs, and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research.

Search Credo Reference - an online reference library of full-text content from encyclopedias, dictionaries, subject-specific titles and more.

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  • Ebooks can be read or downloaded on a computer or electronic device. Off campus access will require your NetID and password.

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EBSCO eBook Collection

EBSCO eBooks logo EBSCO eBook Collection - Provides the full-text of thousands of books from selected academic and commercial publishers, as well as the full-text of a large number of older works in the public domain. (Formerly known as NetLibrary)

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