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Use this link to search our Gale Virtual Reference Business eBook collections.
The library has access to over 275,000 electronic books in our Ebook 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 email username and password.
Limestone Faculty/Staff/Students will login with their Limestone email username and password. Students who cannot access e-books using their username and password, select the Student Kiosklink found in Quick Links (located at the bottom of each Limestone University Web page) to find username and reset password.
JSTOR offers a growing list of Open Access ebooks from respected presses, such as University of California Press and Cornell University Press. The titles are freely available for anyone to use under the terms of a Creative Commons license; there’s no need to create a JSTOR account, and no limits on chapter downloads or printing. The Open Access ebooks have been used by researchers in 181 countries around the world, and we look forward to continuing to expand access to high quality scholarship.
This collection of eBooks covers all topics, including Business and Sciences. To view available content, please deselect the "Include preview-only content". Do not purchase articles! If you can not locate an item please submit your requests through our Library Loan Form.
EBSCOhost electronic book collections contain the majority of our electronic books, including Ferguson's Career eBook Collections. EBSCO Mobile App users will need to ensure they are running the latest version of the app or they will not be able to create a My EBSCO account from within the app. If users do not upgrade the app from the iTunes or Google Play app stores, they will need to create their My EBSCO account on the web version of EBSCOhost/EDS for use within the app.
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