The University Libraries is always on the lookout to develop its collections in order to best support research and teaching at AUB.
Recently, the UL has expanded its e-book offerings immensely, and now library users have a huge number of e-Books at their fingertips.
More than 800,000 scholarly books from major publishers and university presses are now available as e-Books and are accessible via the library’s list of e-books.
Most of the acquired e-Books are fully searchable and allow for unlimited user access, so that multiple people can read them at the same time.
We invite you to explore these collections.
Below is a listing of some of these acquired collections:
|Humanities and Social Sciences||Brill E-Books|
|De Gruyter eBooks|
|Oxford Scholarly Editions Online|
|Taylor & Francis eBooks|
|Early Arabic Books||Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library|
|Early English Books||Early English Books Online|
|Early European Books|
|Eighteenth Century Collections Online|
|Science and Technology||Elsevier eBooks|
|University Press Scholarship Online|
Get tips on how to find and download e-books from our collections by visiting our
“Read More” below to view descriptions of the listed collections.
For more information, contact the University Libraries by phone on extensions 2620/1/9
or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via the Ask A Librarian form