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Ebooks : Learn about them, where to find them

Finding and using ebooks.

What are eBooks?

Ebooks or electronic books are book titles that are available to read from cover to cover online. The R.A. Williams Library subscribes to eBooks from various resources.

Common Questions about eBooks -- Library related

Q: Can I download an ebook?

A: Currently eBooks offered through EBSCO and EBookCentral can be downloaded.

Q: How many people can check out the same title at a time?

A: It all depends on the licensing agreement of the company. In general, 1 user can check out a title at a time. There are some titles, however, that more than one user can view at a time. Just try viewing and if you get a message saying "in use" or something similar then check back later.

How to cite an eBook in APA style

How to cite an ebook in APA 7th edition.

Use the same formats for both print books and ebooks. For ebooks, the format, platform, or device (e.g., Kindle) is not included in the reference.

Book/ebook references are covered in Section 10.2 of the APA Publication Manual, Seventh Edition