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|Ebook Central (formerly: ebrary)||Full-text searching of books online with access to full-text books, sheet-music titles, maps, reports, and other documents.|
|EBSCO’s eBooks||Includes thousands of eBooks in business and beyond, including from Harvard Business Publishing.|
|Elgar Online Books||For GSB Library’s eBooks, in the left panel select Business and Management. Under Refine by Access select All Accessible Content.|
|HathiTrust Digital Library||HathiTrust is a not-for-profit collaborative of academic and research libraries. While Stanford courses are being conducted online, Stanford users have expanded access to the digital materials held by HathiTrust that correspond to physical books in Stanford Libraries collection. To access, click the Log in button in the upper right; then select “Stanford University”.|
|National Emergency Library||Free eBooks made available by the Internet Archive during the COVID-19 pandemic.|
|Oxford Scholarship Online||Books from Oxford University Press includes more than 9,000 titles in 20 subject areas covering the humanities, social sciences, sciences, medicine, and law.|
|OverDrive||Popular business eBooks and audiobooks. Some eBooks can be downloaded in Kindle, Adobe EPUB, PDF formats. Use OverDrive app for mobile access. Questions? Check OverDrive Help.|
|Safari (O’Reilly)||Provides more than 30,000 technology, digital media, and business books and videos. Also available via the O’Reilly mobile app (download instructions).|
|SpringerLink||Springer Science+Business Media provides access to millions of scientific documents from journals, books, series, protocols, and reference works.|