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The library is open only to current CSU students, faculty, and staff You will need to display your CSU ID to library staff to enter the building
The CSU Library provides access for CSU students, faculty, and staff to electronic books from these databases:
EBSCO eBook CollectionA collection of over 200,000 electronic books available in full text online in a wide range of academic subject areas. Ebooks may be viewed online or downloaded for 14 days to your computer or mobile device. A free MyEBSCOhost account is required.
Ebook Central (ProQuest)A collection of over 207,000 electronic books in a wide range of academic subject areas. Ebooks may be viewed online or downloaded for 14 days to your computer or mobile device. Login may be required on campus. Combines the former ebrary and EBL ebook collections.
University Press Scholarship OnlineA collection of 350 full text scholarly electronic books on Psychology (including 28 in the sub-discipline of Music Psychology) and 21 free or open access titles in other subject areas from Oxford University Press, MIT Press, and Yale University Press.
HathiTrustHathiTrust is a growing digital repository of books and journals from a group of large research libraries. Hathi (pronounced hah-tee) is the Hindi word for elephant, an animal highly regarded for its memory, wisdom, and strength.
To find additional ebooks, you can also use OneSearch
In OneSearch, ebooks are included together with Books.
You can select the Books filter on the left side of the results screen.
You can then look for results that are listed as 'Available Online'.
Once you click on Available Online, you should see options to access the eBook under 'Full Text Availability'