Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: May 06, 2019     Views: 248

If you are searching in the Online Library Catalog, your search results may include a combination of print books and ebooks from our online ebook databases.  

If the book that you would like to read is an ebook, you can open and read it by:

  • Clicking on the "Website" link under the publishing information:

    Screenshot showing where the "website" link is on the catalog's search results page

  • Or by clicking on the title of the ebook which will take you to that book's record with more detailed information:

    Screenshot of the ebook record on the catalog results page showing the title

    • And then clicking on the link within the record under the “Connect to” heading, which will provide electronic access:

      Screenshot of where to access the ebook from the ebook's record page in the catalog

If the book you have found is a print book that cannot be read online, you still have the opportunity to borrow it from the Library. Off-campus students have the option to request books from the circulating collection through the Catalog for delivery through the US Postal Service. More information about this service can be found in our Off-Campus Library Services Information guide.

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