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eBooks

The library provides access to a number of eBook collections.

Choose from the collections listed below to search an individual collection or click here and type in your keywords or book title then limit source type to ‘eBooks’ from the refine options on the left of the results screen.

The ProQuest Ebook Central collection provides access to more than 140,000 individual titles across most academic disciplines – Business and Economics, Computer and IT, Education, Engineering and Technology, History and Political Science, Humanities, Language and Linguistics, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and many more.

Go to EBook Central

EBook Central help

LIT Library owns 160 titles on Dawsonera in the subject fields of computer science and information philosophy and psychology, social sciences,science, technology, arts, energy, finance, forensics, media technology

Browse Titles

Contains 250 titles in the following collections: Business, Management, Hospitality and Tourism, Computer Science, Energy, Finance, Forensics, Media Technology

Go to ScienceDirect eBooks

Contains individual titles in the following collections: Computer Science, Education, Engineering & Technology, Health & Medicine.

Go to EBSCO eBooks

Why use eBooks?

  • Access from a PC & mobile devices 24/7
  • Don’t wait for somebody to return the book.
  • Zoom in the text to enlarge the words to make the reading more comfortable
  • Reading or studying eBooks on your computer screen allows you to go to any page or chapter in the eBook with just a few mouse clicks, even if the eBook has hundreds of pages!

If you need any help with eBooks contact Library staff: library@lit.ie / +35361293265

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