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Tulsa Teaching Fellows: E-Books

Off Campus Access

Off-campus access to McFarlin Library databases is not available to Tulsa Teaching Fellows.  You will need to come to McFarlin Library in order to use these electronic resources.

The Tulsa City-County Library provides access to a wide variety of online research databases which you will be able to use from home with your TCCL library card.

McFarlin Library's Ebooks

McFarlin Library provides you with access to a large number of ebook (electronic book) collections.  These include reference (quick information) books, classic literature, academic/scholarly publications, fiction, biographies, and more. 

Some ebooks are from free collections, such as Project Gutenberg or ManyBooks.  These are generally works in the public domain, usually published before about 1923, and have few if any restrictions on their use.

Search ALL McFarlin E-books by title:

   


The library pays for access to other collections, such as the EBSCOhost eBook Collection.

Search only EBSCO eBooks


The EBSCOhost eBook Collection brings you tens of thousands of recently published, academically-oriented ebooks. You can search for a particular book by title, author, or keyword or search the content of individual titles.  You can also browse the collection by broad subject area, such as "Business & Economics", "Sciences", "Literature & Criticism", etc.

You may read the EBSCOhost ebooks online or download most of them to your PC or ereader. (These are recent, copyrighted works and their use is determined by the company that owns the copyright.)

If you need assistance in using the EBSCO ebooks, please consult the EBSCO Ebooks Support Center which provides detailed instructions.  You may also contact the McFarlin Library Research Dept.  The librarians will be happy to help!

You will need to be on campus to use this ebook collection.