Don’t Overlook the UIC Library E-Book Collections

Library resources are no longer limited to traditional print books and journals available only on the building’s shelves during open hours. Much of the library’s collection is now available in electronic format and can be accessed around the clock, as long as you have access to the internet. E-books are a growing segment of these emerging library resources that users of the UIC library should take full advantage of. The look and feel of these electronic books varies from vendor to vendor, but most of them share basic features such as search and print capabilities. Below are links to some of the library’s largest collections of electronic books. Many of the titles found in these collections may also be accessed through the library’s e-book searching tool, as well as from the library’s A-Z list of electronic resources.

Please note that using these resources from home will require you to sign in with your UIC Netid and common password.

 

Access Medicine

Contains electronic versions of widely-used titles such as Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine and Goodman and Gillman’s The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics. This resource is limited to 16 simultaneous users.

Books@Ovid

Contains over 1,200 titles covering medicine, nursing, and pharmacology.

ebrary

This resource contains over 30,000 titles from a wide variety of academic disciplines.

Springer Link

Contains over 85,000 books published by Springer and Humana Press in a variety of subject areas. This platform was acquired with funding from the Library/IT Assessment.

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