VLeBooks is the Online Library's principal e-book database, and contains a growing collection of e-books including a number of core textbooks.
Dawsons was our principal e-book collection until July 2020. If you are looking for a book in Dawsons, you will now find it in VLeBooks. For further information see the VLeBooks database page.
E-Book Central (ProQuest)
The Online Library also provides access to a growing collection of e-books in E-Book Central. You can login from the E-Book Central database page.
E-Books in a Nutshell
E-Books in a Nutshell Guide (PDF) - A guide to the e-books available in our multi-disciplinary databases.
Law eBooks in a Nutshell Guide (PDF) - A guide to the law e-books available in the Online Library databases.
You need to use Adobe Digital Editions to read an e-book in VLeBooks or E-Book Central that you have downloaded. The How can I download e-books? page explains further.
Waiting to access e-books
For some e-books, you will be asked to wait before you can read it. The Why do I sometimes need to wait to access an e-book? FAQ has details.
Printing from e-books
On the e-book's page in VLeBooks or E-Book Central, click the 'Read Online' button. Then click on the printer symbol at the top of the page.
You will notice that there is a limit on how many pages you can print. This is a restriction imposed by the publishers of the book. But you can print the pages you have chosen as many times as necessary.