eBooks

Axis360 - Digital new & Notable collection

Explore our digital New & Notable collection of eBooks and digital audiobooks. These policies ensure that there is always something new and desirable available to borrow:

  1. 14-day checkouts
  2. No Holds Permitted
  3. No Renewals Permitted
  4. Maximum 3 checkouts at a time
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    Library card required from home
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    Gale Virtual Reference Library

    Non-fiction ebooks. Humanities titles in this collection were purchased by the Ewing Kauffman Book Fund.

    Access to this resource is made possible by the Kauffman Fund.

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    Library card required from home
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    hoopla is an innovative new service that partners with your library to bring you thousands of movies, television, music, digital audiobooks, ebooks, and digital comic books for free. All you need is a library card and a web browser, phone, or tablet. Designed specifically for libraries by Midwest Tape.

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    Library card required from home
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    Browse, checkout, download and stream more than 25,000 e-books, 10,000 audio books, 500 videos using your library card.

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    Library card required from home
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    OverDrive for Kids
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    Library card required from home
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    Project MUSE

    Project MUSE – a development of Johns-Hopkins and other major U.S. Universities.

    E-books in the classics, history and literature, now totaling more than 10,000 titles.

    Access to this resource is made possible by the Kauffman Fund.

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    Library card required from home
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    Read narrated children's books online, complete with sound and moving images. TumbleBooks features an optimized site for mobile and tablet users.

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    Library card required from home
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    Find references to high-quality, scholarly books and articles on the web. Generally, only summaries and excerpts of the articles are available for free, though sometimes the full text is available.

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    Open access. No login required.
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