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Guide on How to Use Various Law Ebook Software: How to find ebooks

1. How to find ebooks

1a. Searching ebooks via LibrarySearch

1b. Go to ebook platforms to find ebooks

1a. Searching ebooks via LibrarySearch

Go to the LibrarySearch to enter search terms in the open box and select Books to search book titles of a particular topic. If the titles have ebook version, it will show up on the library record. You can access the ebook directly from the library record by clicking given database name. It also provides the licence agreements in the library record.

1b. Go to ebook platforms to find ebooks

Go to individual ebook platform to search ebooks via the E-Book Collections list on the library website.

General ebook platforms contain ebooks on various subjects, law is one of the subjects they provide. The major general ebook platforms that contain law ebooks are:

Note: Most of ebook platforms allow printing and downloading of a portion of the book which complies with the licence agreements. Usually you need to set up a free account for downloading.

 

Law specific ebook platforms contain ebooks on law subject. Some of the major legal databases, such as Lexis, Westlaw or HeinOnline, also contain a section of law ebooks.

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