You can find out more information about finding and using eBooks from our Library's eBook page
eBooks are available through many databases as well as the catalog.
There is not one single place to find them! Below is a list of resources that I think would be most useful for you to search. The library has a site that includes a complete list of ebook resources offered by COD.
EBSCO eBooks Collection spans a variety of topics. Most books in this collection are in PDF format. Many titles in the EBSCO eBook Collection can be downloaded in their entirety to your computer or mobile reading device.
The Very Short Introductions collection began as a print series in 1995, offering brief informative introductions to a diverse range of subject areas in arts and humanities, law, medicine and health, science and mathematics, and social sciences. Each book in this collection can be accessed by five users at a time. If the title you need is in use try again in a few minutes.
Credo Reference provides access to a broad selection of dictionaries, bilingual dictionaries, thesauri, encyclopedias, quotations, and atlases, plus a wide range of subject-specific titles. Includes a built-in mind map to help students brainstorm search terms. Credo is a great place to start your research.
Oxford Music contains articles, biographies, topic overviews, and images on musical genres, musicians, composers, and more. Search for music-related sources by topic, instrument, era, geographic region, and occupation.