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FIU Libraries News + Notes

Remote e-Book Resources

by Adriana Harris on 2020-04-02T13:11:00-04:00 | Comments

While the FIU Libraries are closed, there are many e-book resources that you can access remotely that will help you with your research. Here’s a sample of what’s available:

  • EBSCO eBooks Academic Collection: A multi-disciplinary collection of high-quality academic books useful for conducting research on a wide array of topics.
  • Cambridge Core Textbooks: The home of academic content from Cambridge University Press, this collection provides access to thousands of e-textbooks from one of the most well-respected academic publishers out there.
  • National Emergency Library: This collection of e-books supports the online teaching, research activities, and scholarship that must continue even during this period of social distancing. The National Emergency Library will allow users to borrow books without joining a waitlist, enabling students and other academics to gain access to the readings and other materials they need to continue their studies and scholarship.

These valuable resources, along with other collections, can be accessed by visiting the FIU Library’s Remote Learning Support page, available at https://library.fiu.edu/remote-services.

 


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