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At Woodbury Library there are several platforms that you may use to access ebooks. Most of these are listed below. Woodbury Library currently provides access to over 30,000 ebooks and is regularly adding more. Typically you will access an ebook as a result of a search of the Woodbury Library Catalog, but you may also connect to the ebook platform directly and search and/or browse. Databases and ebook platforms available for you at Woodbury are:
New content now available! Contains journals in the arts & sciences, as well as other key fields in the humanities and social sciences. JSTOR also contains about 50,000 ebooks from all disciplines, with an emphasis on history and humanities.
3 to 5 year embargo means the most current articles will not be found here.
Often known for its books featuring animals on the cover, O'Reilly offers ebooks mainly in computer science but also encompassing business, mathematics, and other topics. Some titles include audiobook format and video content.
Adobe Digital Editions allows you to access ebooks downloaded to your computer in either ePub or PDF format protected with Adobe Digital Rights Management (DRM). For more information see the Adobe Digital Editions tab.
The Bluefire Reader app allows you to download ebooks in ePub or PDF format that are protected with Adobe DRM directly to an Apple device such as the iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad. You can also transfer ebooks to the Bluefire Reader app from Adobe Digital Editions. For more information see the Apple Devices tab.