|eBook collections for research: |
||Over 45,000 titles covering all academic subject areas. |
|eBook collections for reference: |
||Fully searchable content from McGraw Hills Encyclopedia of Science & Technology. |
||500 full-text reference ebooks on all subjects including subject encyclopedias and dictionaries. Includes concept mapping capabilities and topic page overviews. |
EBSCOhost ebook collection
||Full text from over 3,000 electronic books (eBooks) covering many academic subject areas. |
Funk & Wagnalls Encyclopedia
||Searchable encyclopedia, plus four different almanacs. |
Gale Virtual Reference Library
||Collection of specialized reference sources and encyclopedias on a variety of topics including biology, business, history, and the environment. |
Oxford English Dictionary
||Complete text of the second edition, including all updates. |
Oxford Reference Online Premium
||Comprehensive and authoritative collection of language and subject reference works. |
World Book Online Encyclopedia
||Full text online encyclopedia with added content, including articles, primary source documents, multi-media, maps and web sites. Comes with a dictionary and a Spanish language encyclopedia |
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