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Electronic Books (Ebooks) @ Limestone Library: Electronic Books (EBooks)

Accessing eBooks

The library has access to over 780,000 electronic books in our E-Book collection. To access the electronic books from off-campus please select which collection you'd like to search. You'll then be prompted to login using your Limestone University email username and password.

Limestone Faculty/Staff/Students will login with their Limestone University email username and password. Then you will be able to create your own account in the E-Book collections to download to your device. 


eBooks are best viewed using Chrome or Firefox browsers.

EBook Central (formerlly EBL & Ebrary)


EBook Central

PASCAL is the Partnership Among South Carolina Academic Libraries, a consortium of South Carolina's academic libraries together with their parent institutions and state agency partners.

These eBook collections are part of PASCAL's 3-year eBook pilot program "which represents an increased focus on collection management collaboration."

Need assistance?  Here is a tutorial!

EBSCO eBook Tutorials

E-Books: 4 Advantages

  • One Device, Many Books: eBooks are portable and lightweight, making it easy to carry around.
  • Accessible Everywhere
  • Easily Updates
  • Shareable Content
  • Augmented Reality Experience
  • Easy on the Eyes
  • Read Aloud Feature
  • Interactive Elements

Examples of Free eBook Collections

Hathi Trust

Google Books

Internet Archive

Project Gutenberg

Perseus Digital Library

Many Universities are conducting their own digitization projects. For example:


Web Services Librarian

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Professor Janet Ward, MLIS
Limestone University Library
1115 College Drive
Gaffney, SC 29340
Office: 864-488-8351 Cell: 864-492-5306

EBook Collections Available through Limestone


MIT Press Scholarship Electronic Books (eBooks)

Psychology eBooks

Oxford Scholarship Psychology Electronic Books (eBooks)

A collection of electronic books and unparalleled research tools, making this collection easily accessible, highly discoverable, and fully cross-searchable.

Locate additional material here.

If you are experiencing problems with our guides and databases, please contact ProfessorJanet S. Ward,, Assistant Director of the Library and Web Services Librarian.