To browse e-books in the catalog, click on the "All Limits" button on the lower right corner of the red search box, then click on "E-books" in the "Location" list. Click "Set Limits" and begin searching.
Here is an example of an ebook record in the catalog. Note that the location says "INTERNET." Just click the link provided to access the ebook.
Please log into Esearch first to access these databases
EBSCO Ebook Collection: A large selection of multidisciplinary e-book titles representing a broad range of academic subject matter. Browse by category or search by keyword.
Gale Virtual Reference Library - Database of encyclopedias and specialized reference sources for multidisciplinary research. Currently we subscribe to reference materials in the subjects of Business, Education, National and World Affairs and Social Science.
ABC-CLIO eBooks: A collection of e-books that contain information on popular culture, multicultural studies, global issues, history, sociology, and many more topics of interest.
Ebrary: An online collection of e-books that contain information on various subjects. Provides continuous access to e-books from many scholarly publishers.
Oxford Reference Online: - The Core Collection brings together 100 well-known and trusted dictionaries and reference books, plus an Encyclopedia, into a single cross-searchable web database for the first time.
Three e-book databases:
CHEMnetBASE -Offers 12 separate reference sources that cover a broad area of chemistry information, including the Chemistry and Physics Handbook, Dictionary of Drugs, and the Dictionary of Food Compounds.
FORENSICnetBASE - Contains content from world’s premier forensic science publications from CRC Press. These electronic reference books provide information on forensic analysis, criminal justice, law, law enforcement, counterterrorism, and more.
ITechnetbase - Contains authoritative resources for the study, design, development, implementation, support, or management of computer-based information systems.
Tip: Check Worldcat.org to see if University of Tampa has the e-book if you can't find it in our catalog. This means that it's probably in one of the databases above.