Teesside University Ebooks
Welcome to this guide on accessing and using the e-books available from Teesside University Library.
What are E-books?
An e-book is an electronic version of a text that can be read online.
They are usually searchable and may incorporate features such as audio, video and hyperlinks. You can also add your own annotations and notes to an e-book.
This guide gives information on:
- what e-books are
- how to search for and access e-books
- provides answers to some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Click on the tabs across the top of the page to see each section.
Need further help?
- check-out the FAQs tab – your question may be answered there
- ask at the Learning Hub desk on the ground floor of the Library
- enquire online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
E-books available at Teesside University
As a member of Teesside University you have access to nearly half a million e-books.
The Searching for e-books page is the place to go to look for what is available.
Electronic books (Ebooks)
Ebooks are electronic versions of books.
The library subscribes to a number of ebook collections, of which the most useful for Hyper Island disciplines are:
DawsoneraA growing web-based collection of e-books from Dawson Books. As well as being able to view any purchased books you can also search and preview items for 5 minutes from the whole collection. Please note that you will need either Adobe Digital Editions or BlueFire Reader if you wish to download Dawsonera e-books, click on the ‘Help’ icon above for further information