Library eBook Collections (free for AppState users) Links to the library's packages of ebooks from academic and other kinds of publishers.
OverDrive Access to Ebooks and Audiobooks
EBSCO/ProQuest How to use Ebook Central (ProQuest) and eBook Collection (EBSCO)
Citing eBooks How to cite ebooks
Basic information about our ebook collections.
eBook Basics Basic information about the functionality and features of ebook collections
Public Domain eBook Collections Links to many free sources for ebooks
Some advice on text to speech
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About Ebooks at ASU
The Library is leasing lots of ebooks, about 500,000 of them, and bought about a thousand last year. But the Library continues to buy thousands of physical books per year, at almost the same rate as before.
The quickest way to use them is to read them online
Chapters or small sections can be printed or downloaded fairly easily
Downloading entire ebooks is sometimes possible (though you'll need to set up accounts and download Adobe Digital Editions, Bluefire Reader, or other). The first time you do it, you will need some patience lots of patience and/or help from our Library Service desks
Finding ebooks should be easy. Try the search box above
Most of our ebooks allow access by more than one person at a time