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 eBooks--selected online books available through the Case libraries

Our wide selection of ebooks can be read on smart phones, tablets, and other devices. Collections cover multiple disciplines and interests. Use this guide to find what you need. 

What this guide contains:

1. A collection of core ebooks and online reference works that are licensed by the Case and/or OhioLINK libraries.

2. Links to ebooks that are freely accessible over the Internet.

3. Information about ebook readers

4. Consumer blogs and other advisory sites

One of the easiest ways to find ebooks is through a Catalog search. First, execute your "keyword" or "title" search. Then select the "Modify Search" button at the top of the page. Next select the "Material Type" box from the middle of the "Advanced Search" screen. From the drop-down box, select "Ebook" and click the "Submit" button. If there are any ebooks options, you will be presented with a selection. 

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A note about access

Case Western Reserve University students, faculty, and staff may access licensed ebooks via ethernet cable, Case Wireless, or VPN. If you are off campus or using Case's wireless network, you must have VPN installed, running, and logged in on your computer. The library homepage has a network connection status indicator at the bottom of the page.  A green light means your campus network connection is active; a red light means you need to authenticate with VPN. For more information about VPN visit here: VPN.

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Electronic Resources Librarian

Earnestine Adeyemon
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