E-books can be accessed via the Library Catalogue or Hunter. Alternatively, search via the providers websites: MyiLibrary, DawsonEra, Oxford Medicine Online and Oxford Clinical Psychology.

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Using the Library Catalogue

You can search by keyword or title, and limit to searching e-books by ticking the 'search only Electronic Books' tickbox on the Quick Search catalogue page.

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E-books have the same call number as the printed version of the book, followed by [EBOOK]: for example WG140 ECG [EBOOK]

For more help with finding and reading e-books, view our e-books helpsheet (PDF).

NOTE: There are changes to how to download e-books from DawsonEra, please read our blog post (Sept 2017).



 Using Hunter

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Got to Hunter

Search for the book, then select Show Only Online Resources



E-book Supplier  

Alternatively go direct to our e-book suppliers’ websites:








Want to find out more?

For help from a librarian with finding, accessing and using e-books, ask at the Research Enquiries Desk: 11am-4pm Monday to Friday.


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