ebrary

Full-text online access to books in the social sciences, pure and applied sciences, and humanities. (Link to Resource)

Vendor:
ebrary
Subjects Covered:
Art, Business, Education, Geography, Humanities, Psychology, Religion, Mythology, Sociology, Science, Technology
Material Types:
Books
Source Titles List:
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Number of Titles:
Indexed: 80000+, Full-Text: 80000+
Date Range:
Indexed: 1762 to present, Full-Text: 1762 to present
Frequency of Updates:
Irregular
Significant Canadian Content?
No
Search Aids
Quick Guide: http://www.ebrary.com/corp/collateral/en/Quick_Guides/Quick_Guide.pdf
Help: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/seneca/help.action




Contains Image Collection?
No
Exporting Options
Print 30% of the pages of a book per session, or copy 15% of the pages of a book per session. Some publishers have more restrictive requirements, and only allow 5 or 10 percent of pages to be copied/printed. Temporary downloading to Adobe Digital Editions is also available.
Link to Provider Licensing Terms
Click Here
Copying and Printing?
Print 30% of the pages of a book per session, or copy 15% of the pages of a book per session. Some publishers have more restrictive requirements, and only allow 5 or 10 percent of pages to be copied/printed.
Interlibrary Loans?
No
Course Reserves?
No
Downloading?
Yes
Alerts?
No
RSS Alerts?
No
Persistent Links?
Title
Non-Commercial Course Packs?
No
Access Options
Remote access: World Wide Web, using Seneca College email username and password.
Notes
Titles may be single-user or multiple-user. Check the Seneca Library Catalogue for information on a specific title; if the words "1 user licence" are not indicated, the title is available for multiple simultaneous users.

Regarding any CD or DVD content that accompanied the original print book: "Publishers provide ebrary with digital (PDF) files for the documents, not the CDROM files. As a result, ebrary cannot provide access to a CDROM packaged with the hardcopy document" (25 September 2015: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/seneca/help.action > FAQ > Top Questions > "I am looking at a document that comes with a CDROM. Does ebrary provide access to the CDROM?).