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The Goldstein Library's Digital Juvenile Collection
A digitized sample of Goldstein's Historical Juvenile Books.
An online collection of digital reference books, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. Includes such classics as Strunk's Elements of Style and Frazer's Golden Bough.
Collection on Critical Global Issues of the United Nations University
Contains 210 publications (32,000 pages) in the fields of Agriculture and Land Management, Development, Environment and Sustainability, Food and Nutrition, Natural Resource Development, Science and Technology.
ebrary provides thousands of eBooks from more than 220 world leading publishers. The eBooks offered through ebrary span all academic subject areas. ebrary requires a download of the "ebrary reader" in order to view the eBooks.
Electronic Text Center
A project at the University of Virginia to create thousands of electronic texts in many subject areas and languages. Most texts can be viewed online. Many can also be downloaded for use on handheld computers.
Humanities Text Initiative
A collection of literary, historical and religious texts developed by the University of Michigan. Includes projects like the American Verse Project and the Making of America.
netLibrary is a collection of over 30,000 recently published electronic books consisting of a broad range of reference, scholarly, popular and professional books. Language may be limited to Spanish. netLibrary is a collection of over 30,000 recently published electronic books consisting of a broad range of reference, scholarly, popular and professional books.
Find the classic books from the start of this century and previous centuries, from authors like Shakespeare, Poe, Dante, as well as well-loved favorites like the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Full-Text access to Sage reference books on a variety of social science topics.