Answered By: Reference Desk Last Updated: Sep 19, 2018 Views: 70
Once a search term is entered and results appear, look at the left side of the screen for the Format box. Click on Electronic Resources , then click on the button Include. The results will now show e-books only. Another option is to scroll through the results and find items with the Computer Screen icon (image) and click on the link following the Bibliographic Record Display. Still another option is to click on the title of an item from the results, see complete bibliographic information, then find the link for the e-book at the bottom of the record.
ABC-Clio: ABC-Clio provides a collection of authoritative and scholarly e-books. The William A. Blakley Library has access to several books and two reference books: the Encyclopedia of American Indian History and the Encyclopedia of American Jewish History.
Books 24x7: This collection currently has about 6800 business titles, including the Harvard Business School review series, certification materials from the Project Management Institute, business reference titles from IGI, the entire Cooperative Strategy series through Oxford University, and thousands of other significant titles in business research.
ebook Collection by EBSCOHost is a collection of full text reference, scholarly, and popular books in online format. Establish an account within the database to save information for future use
Gale Directory Library: The Gale Directory Library hosts a variety of directory products with several to which the Blakley Library subscribes. There is a choice of searching individual directories or cross-search multiple directories, such as Encyclopedia of Associations, Encyclopedia of Business Information Sources, Market Share Reporter, National Faculty Directory, and Wards Business Directory.
Oxford English Dictionary: This is an online version of the leading historical dictionary of the English language includes etymology, philology, and quotations. It is updated quarterly.