Free Access to E-Textbooks from Publishers this Semester!
How do I find my textbook?
The library has reviewed the sites below and has come up with a list of textbooks and reserve items at the library. You can access the list here.
Search OneSearch for textbooks/ e-books across multiple platforms owned by the library. There are many other book e-providers, such as JSTOR, etc. found through OneSearch. Library ebook vendors such as EBSCO and ProQuest will be temporarily expanding their collection offerings temporarily during this crisis. Also, course digital textbooks already purchased will appear in your search. An alternative textbook also been complied by Acquisitions for current and new course e-books purchased throughout 2019-2020 from Student Government funding. Please review this Student Government funded e-book list as well. Please view excel sheet at bottom of the page!
If you cannot find your books, there might be other options available. Please use our Reserve Request form to find out!
Elsevier's 256 textbooks currently on ScienceDirect will be automatically will be open to active ScienceDirect library accounts or a limited period of 90 days. Users accessing ScienceDirect through the library will be able to use these books while the library is closed. A title list is provided here and will be updated.
INSTRUCTIONS ARE BELOW FOR INDIVIDUAL LOGINS. YOU MUST CREATE AN ACCOUNT!
To Log-in or Create an Account. Go to login.cengage.com or this link. If you already have a Cengage account, log in instead. You may already have a Cengage account if you have taken courses through MindTap, WebAssign, SAM, CNOWv2 or OWLv2.
If you do not have a Cengage account, click “Create an Account > Student” and register now— we highly recommend using your school email address to register 2 Start Your Free Access . Once you have logged in, click on “Start Trial” in the sidebar B Click “Explore Cengage Unlimited” to start your access. You have full access to Cengage Unlimited for the next fourteen days. NOTE: At the end of your trial, click “Start Trial” to regain access for another fourteen days, as long as your school is affected by COVID-19!
McGraw-Hill is offering free access to their online learning platform, ALEKS for chemistry and Math with free test proctoring resources! Faculty need to sign up individually. Read about the program and sign up at Aleks COVID-19 help page.