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IDS 105: Transition to College Learning: Books

E-Books


The EBL Library is a platform for e-books offering titles in a wide variety of subjects featuring content from hundreds of publishers.

  The library now has over 15,000 e-books as part of the Orbis Cascade Alliance's Demand Driven Acquisitions Project. Access to EBL is limited to current students, staff, and faculty of Willamette
  

EBSCOhost eBooks is a collection of over 4,700 online books with subject strengths in reference, computer science and the Northwest. 

It also includes books from regional university presses and Choice Outstanding Academic Titles.

Note: At this time the only way to read the EBSCOhost E-books is in their viewer.

Books (Print and E-Books)

Authoritative Reference Sources vs Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a great resource for getting general info about something, but because anyone can contribute or change its content it is considered unreliable.  College faculty typically do not consider Wikipedia a credible information source. 

Instead, use the library's print or electronic encyclopedias, dictionaries, or other reference books to backup the basic information of your research paper. These resources have gone through an editorial process to check for accuracy. To the right and below are some resources that may be of use.

Online Encyclopedias and More

WU Libraries Catalogs

Find Books, Movies and More

 


see also: Advanced Search        Worldcat

Reference Books

Systems Librarian

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Bill Kelm
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Mark O. Hatfield Library
Willamette University
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