e-Duke Books Scholarly Collection
= Emmanuel Faculty, Staff & Students only
Over 600 reference titles covering a variety of disciplines and including foreign language dictionaries. Includes a concept map, which provides related subjects and noted personalities to assist beginning research.
Resource Type: E-Book Collection
A searchable online book collection of more than 100,000 titles. To create a personal bookshelf or to access off-campus, sign in using your Online Academic Resources (OAR) username and password. To create notes, highlight text or print several pages, sign in and click the grey button on the search results page to open the e-book in the ebrary Reader. You may also access the ebrary Reader by clicking on the book title and then on the ebrary Reader blue button. This feature now includes audio enhancement. Click for further instructions.
Note: If you want to search using Boolean operators, the operators must be in all capital letters (AND, OR, NOT).
Duke University Press e-books in the humanities and social sciences published in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
EBL Book Library
This collection is a Fenway Libraries Online (FLO) pilot of more than 80,000 titles for short-term e-book loans. These titles are also accessible by searching the Online Catalog.
EBSCO eBook Collection (formerly Netlibrary)
Accesses more than 3000 titles funded by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and includes two subject sets (Environment and Contemporary Issues) to which Emmanuel Library subscribes. Emmanuel's 65 subject set titles may also be accessed through our Online Catalog.
UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004
Provides full-text of 770 public access titles from academic presses on a range of topics, including art, science, history, music, religion, and fiction, with publication dates from 1982 to 2004. California Digital Library is one of the University of California libraries. The collection is fully searchable.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
A database of encyclopedias and specialized reference resources for multidisciplinary research, including: fashion, film and filmmakers, pop culture, and multicultural issues. Includes the six-volume Beacham’s Guide to the Endangered Species of North America.
Grove Art Online (now Oxford Art Online)
Searchable online version of the 34-volume Grove Dictionary of Art
covering the visual arts from prehistory to the 1990s. Also includes The Oxford Companion to Western Art
, Encyclopedia of Aesthetics
, and The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms
Oxford Handbooks Online - Religious Studies
Forty-two titles covering various topics, such as: the environment, sociology, ethics, emotion, feminism and globalization in relation to different world religions.
Salem History - Decades in America
Online version of the "complete content of the printed reference sets" The Twenties in America, The Thirties in America, The Forties in America, The Fifties in America
, The Sixties in America
, The Seventies in America
, The Eighties in America
, The Nineties in America
, and The 2000s in America
Call Number: REFERENCE E169.12.F498
A program of the American Historical Society and Columbia University Press presenting a small collection of open-access scholarly titles.
Full text of many works in the public domain. In both plain text and .zip formats.