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Ebooks offer two major benefits to the academic researcher: the ease of accessing the texts themselves, and the ability to keyword search within the texts.
In the library:
Use the Summit Catalog or the OSU Libraries Catalog to discover our collection of electronic books. You can read them on your computer, or transfer them to a variety of devices.
On the web:
Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg is a repository of more than 33,000 texts on a variety of subjects. Most of the books are in the public domain because their copyright has expired; the number of current texts in this repository is relatively small.
Google Books. Working in partnership with several libraries, Google has digitized millions of in-copyright and out of copyright books. Your access to these books will vary: some are available in full-text, some provide substantial preview views, and some provide only snippet (sentence-length) views. You can find the books in libraries, purchase them, or view the available portions online.
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