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Online Library Orientation: eBooks at MSJC Libraries

24/7 Access to eBooks

MSJC eBooks may be accessed 24/7 on campus using the SJC or MVC Library computers, any networked college computer, or by connecting to the MSJC student wireless network.

Off-campus access requires current students, faculty and staff to log in using their mymsjc username and password.

MSJC eBooks

eBooks

The MSJC Libraries own or subscribe to over 200,000 eBooks. Most eBooks are read on whatever device you are using. They can be found in WorldCat, the Library's catalog, along with print books. Use the Books & eBooks tab in WorldCat to limit your search results to books and eBooks.

Each eBook collection can also be accessed individually and directly through the Libraries' A-Z Database List.

EBSCO eBooks are recommended as a good starting point with the largest collection of eBooks on the widest range of subjects.

 


MSJC Libraries eBook Collections

Credo Reference - Hundreds of reference books covering every major subject with over 2 million entries, 65,000+ images (art, diagrams, interactive maps and photos), and over 93,000 audio pronunciation files.

Ebrary eBooks - A little more than 100 eBooks on various topics. The Ebrary eBook reader allows students to make notes, and highlight their books.

EBSCO eBooks - Full-text digital copies of published print material, including fiction and nonfiction books, reference books, and scholarly monographs from a broad range of subject areas and topics.

Gale Virtual Reference Library - Reference eBooks including encyclopedias and specialized reference sources on a wide range of subjects.

Oxford Reference - Reference sources such as specialized dictionaries and subject encyclopedias published by Oxford University Press.

Springer eBooks - Books covering biomedicine, environmental and life sciences, mathematics, chemistry, philosophy, medicine and more. MSJC Springer eBooks can be fully downloaded and saved; just be sure to uncheck the "Include Preview-Only Content" box to remove any non-MSJC items from your search results screen.