What are they?
Lynn Library provides access to over 100,000 e-books.
These are books you can read on your pc or laptop.
All of our e-books are included in the library catalog.
Here are instructions on locating Lynn's e-books by seaching the Library Catalog.
You can also go to the two main vendors of e-books (EBSCO e-books and ebrary) directly and search their catalogs individually.
Among the cool features of ebrary:
- segments can be cut and pasted into word documents with citations automatically accompanying the text
- you can create a personal book shelf of titles
- you can highlight and save notes in a personal account
Check out the ebrary training video.
E-books from EBSCO can be accessed directly through Lynn Library catalog.or from links in the
For EBSCO e-books click on in the left column to see the book.
Establish a personal account to take advantage of some special features, like note taking.
To set up your account,click on at the top. Then Create a New Account. You can use this account to save EBSCO e-books as well as articles from other EBSCO databses. You just need to sign in to save or retrieve your saved e-books.
For further assistance, contact us.
- Leecy - 561-237-7059
- Dale - 561-237-7524
Hathi through Worldcat
As a digital repository for the nation’s great research libraries, HathiTrust brings together the immense collections of partner institutions.
HathiTrust was conceived as a collaboration of the thirteen universities of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation and the University of California system to establish a repository for these universities to archive and share their digitized collections. Partnership is open to all who share this grand vision.