The Bailey Library is now making available 70,000 new e-books from Ebrary for student and faculty access, bringing the library’s e-book collection to 90,000 titles. Covering all subject areas for college-level reading and research, the e-books are accessible on the library website, as well as in the library catalog.
The new Ebrary e-book collection is:
* Device-agnostic. They are readable with a regular web browser on a computer, laptop, iPad or other mobile devices. Users can also annotate, create hyperlinks, etc.
* Accessible by multiple simultaneous users 24 x 7, at no cost to you. You need not check them out of the library, thus no overdue fines!
* Printable, up to 60 pages.
* Accommodating for the visually impaired in providing text-to-speech conversion capability within the Ebrary reader.
A training webinar on Ebrary e-books open to students and faculty will be held on September 14 at 3 pm in GM 118. Please call 734.973.3379 to reserve a seat.
In addition, the library is making available a new Environment Complete e-journal database, which covers topics such as environmental policy, ecology, renewal energy, etc. This database is also accessible on the library website.