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Ebooks: Finding Ebooks
Information on finding and reading ebooks through our library.
Database portal to CRC eBooks collections, which are now located on the Taylor Francis Ebooks platform. We have access to selected titles from the AGRICULTUREnetBASE, FOODnetBASE, and WATERnetBASE collections. Formerly called CRCnetBASE,
Hathi Trust is a partnership of academic & research institutions, offering a collection of millions of titles digitized from libraries around the world. Click on the LOG IN button to get full access. Select University of Tennessee, Knoxville from the drop-down list, and log in with your NetID/password.
A searchable database of Oxford University Press e-books. Full-text access is available for the areas of Economics and Finance, Law, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, and Religion. Check the Libraries' Catalog for titles with no online access.
Full text of scholarly journals and books in the humanities and social sciences.
Searching for Ebooks
The primary way to find ebooks through the library is to search our catalog using OneSearch.
Once through to the results page, you can limit to ebooks using the options on the left.
From there, all of your results should be ebooks or ebook chapters.
Within OneSearch, it can be difficult to identify an ebook. Each item has a small label just above the title to indicate the type of material it is. For example, here we have both a full ebook and an ebook chapter.
However, sometimes the library has both an ebook and a print copy of a book. In these cases, the item will list both "online access" and a physical location like the "stacks".
Book reviews are often listed under the same title as the book itself. When searching for a particular book, be on the look out for the "review" tag, and be sure the author listed is the author of the book you are hoping to find.