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Electronic Books (eBooks) @ Auburn University Libraries

Auburn University Libraries eBooks are available to current faculty, students, and staff at Auburn University and may require a login. eBooks at the RBD library are purchased, subscribed to, and freely available to support the instructional, research, and outreach mission of Auburn University.  If you are looking for recreational reading that is not available at RBD, Auburn Public Library  is an excellent resource.

eBooks can be read on computers, tablets, smartphones or other portable devices with Internet access. Most eBooks may be downloaded straight to your device without additional software, but some require Adobe Digital Editions to download and view eBooks.

Accessing eBooks and Audiobooks

Reading eBooks  
No additional software required                          AM (Adam  Matthew) CollectionBloomsbury Collections,  Cambridge University Press Core, De Gruyter, Drama Online, Gale eBooks, GeoScienceWorld, HathiTrust Digital Library, JSTOR, Ovid eBooks, Oxford eBooks, Project Muse, Sage Research Methods, ScienceDirect (Elsevier), Springer eBooks, Taylor & Francis, Wiley Online Library                       
May require Adobe Digital Editions EBSCO eBook Collection, ProQuest Ebook Central (for full book download)
Please note                                  
National Academies Press (NAP)

A login is required to access book content, but not to view the title page information.  Guest login access is available.

User limits

The majority of e-resources allow for multiple simultaneous users but there are exceptions.  In these cases, you may encounter the following: error message - ebook in use

You can place a hold on this eBook and will be notified when it is available.