Ebooks & Other Full-Text Resources
TCC Resources ( If you are off-campus, you will
need to use your myTCC id and password to access the full-text. Alternatively,
and then use the Research tab.)
Catalog (includes e-book titles) Access e-books through links
in the library catalog, limit keyword searches
on EBSCOhost, part of TCC's e-book collection, is
a virtual library accessible
24 hours a day, seven days a week from any computer with Internet
can browse, check out, and download
digital audio books, music, and videos to your personal home
computer or your personal mobile device. Simply download and install
free software, activate the software, then check out, download,
and enjoy. Users may not download digital audio books to public
access on-campus computers at this time.
PsycBOOKS over 1,700 titles from the American Psychological
ENGnetBASE CRC Press is one of the world's leading publishers of engineering
handbooks. Now the handbooks are available online.
Virtual Reference Library includes multi-volume encyclopedias,
biographical collections, consumer health references, and specialized
ebooks 15 titles for the nursing profession including drug
guides, assessment, calculations, diagnostic tests, and clinical
Reference Online Premium contains over 100 dictionary, language
reference, and subject reference works published by Oxford University
Books Online is a fully-searchable e-reference library
that houses a vast collection of technical and business books
Search-ebooks.eu is a free search engine that provides an option
to search for and download various (pdf,doc,ppt,rtf,xls) documents.
Book Search is to working with publishers and libraries to
create a comprehensive, searchable, virtual card catalog of all
books in all languages. You may see the Sample Pages View if
the publisher or author has given us permission or the Full Book
View if the book is out of copyright.
ALEX Catalogue of Electronic Texts Subject areas of English literature, American literature and Western philosophy.
Collections at Duke University with subject collections such
as advertising and consumer culture, African American history, Women's
history, documentary photography, and Art, Literature, Music.
Library & Archives Virginia Tech's Scholarly Communications
Project includes journals, theses
and dissertations, rare books, and special collections.
Electronic Centers The
University of Virginia Electronic Text Center, Digital Media Center,
Geospatial & Statistical Data Center, and the Special Collections
Resources eReaders present a new realm of possibilities in
technology and education, and at the same time have forced us
to re-examine traditional concepts of print format, copyright,
and information sharing. This resource from the Internet Public
Library serves as a starting point to understand the evolving
world of eReaders and eBooks.
FindIt Virginia (public library
card required) is a
collection of databases that
provide access to resources such as newspapers,
magazine and journal articles, and books such
as encyclopedias. Materials are available for all age ranges and
Government Publications is Northwestern University's title list of online federal publications.
How to Find Free, Quality, Full-text Articles and Books on the Scholarly Web by Robert J. Lackie describes pertinent resources on the free web.
a project of the University of Michigan Digital Library Production
Service. The goal is to create a collection of previously difficult-to-access,
academically-oriented digital resources accessible to anyone.
Online Books Page with categories of Women Writers, Banned Books, and Prize Winners.
Online Text Collection This Internet Public Library site contains over 10,000 titles.
Project Bartleby Named for Melville's Bartleby the Scrivener, this site makes public-domain literature easily accessible over the World-Wide Web.
Project Gutenberg is the first and largest single collection of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related technologies today.
Public Library of Science is a non-profit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.
Central is the U.S. National Library of Medicine's digital archive
of life sciences journal literature. Access to the full text of articles
in PMC is free, except where a journal requires a subscription for access
to recent articles.