Consider using an ebook from the McQuade Library as a textbook or supplemental reading for your classes. Librarians order many ebooks every year from a wide range of disciplines. Many of these ebooks can be accessed by multiple users simultaneously, making them a great resource for your entire class.
Contact your liaison librarian to find out more about ebooks available for your classes, or browse through the ebook collections linked below.
Search 5000 full-text books on history, archaeology, art, folklore, religion, music, gender studies, political science and more. Then read on a new accessible platform compatible with many screen readers.
Search and view online over 115,000 ebooks in all academic subject areas. Log in and sections or the whole book may be downloaded. EbookCentral/ebrary books are also found and linked in the online catalog. Single-users books from 50 publishers are available for unlimited users until June 15, 2020.
Textbooks created for MIT OpenCourseWare classes, that open-licensed electronic versions of print books, self-published online books, or thorough course notes. Primarily for the science and engineering disciplines.
This non-profit organization sponsored by the Saylor Foundation, is focused on bringing "freely available education to all." This collection of open textbooks supports the Saylor online courses. It's a collection of open course materials for high-enrollment college courses.
Increases the discoverability of open access books by compiling records of freely available books from around the internet, and providing links to resources. This includes international textbooks in various languages.