This guide highlights some of our more popular e-book collections and addresses common questions about use, downloading and troubleshooting. If you have any questions, please contact the librarians listed within this guide.
Thousands of ebooks from Walter de Gruyter and 9 major university presses (Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Princeton, Rutgers, U. of California, Chicago, Pennsylvania & Toronto), many published since 2014. Most books are in English or German, with a few in French.
A growing and changing collection of 200,000+ e-books in many different subject areas. Most of the books are in English, but there are more than 20,000 titles in Spanish, and smaller numbers in other languages.
UPCC Book Collections on Project MUSE, launched in January 2012, offer book-length scholarship. To get a list of university presses which offer content through Project MUSE UPCC, go to: https://muse.jhu.edu/about/UPCC.html
Online access to 40,000+ technical books, videos, interactive tutorials, case studies, learning paths, and audio books from O'Reilly & Associates, HarperCollins, The Pearson Technology Group, and other publishers.
Online access to selected academic books published by Taylor & Francis, primarily in the humanities and social sciences and approximately 6,000 titles published by CRC Press in science, technology and medicine. Includes selected books published under the imprints Routledge, Psychology Press, and Focal Press, as well as Taylor & Francis, CRC Press, AK Peters, Apple Academic, Chapman and Hall, and Pan Stanford.
Over 1,000 scholarly titles published by the University of Michigan Press in performing arts, classical studies, political science, American studies (especially disability and class studies), Asian and African studies, and other subjects.