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UM library offers access to hundreds of thousands of eBooks that are available through discovery search on the library website and the database listing. The ebooks are from multiple publishers and cover a variety of subjects. Did you know

  • most eBooks are multiuser? This means an unlimited number of people can access them at the same time. You can view an unlimited ebook anytime or anywhere, as long as you have an internet connection.
  • most eBooks have multiple viewing options? For example, you can view via an online reader, download pages or chapters, or download an entire book.
  • most ebooks have browser-based online reading available? In addition, the reader includes helpful features for citing, linking, and navigating the eBook.
  • downloading pages, chapters, or an entire book may require a creating an account? Moreover, additional free reader apps (Adobe Digital Editions) and  accounts may be required (Adobe ID).

Click the tabs on the left to learn more about our two main ebook providers: EBSCO eBooks an eBook Central (ProQuest).