A collection of full text eBooks available through one of Middlesex University Learning Resources' book suppliers, Dawson Books. The whole collection may be viewed at Dawsonera. Middlesex University has full text access to selected titles. These titles are listed in the Library Catalogue. [If you experience difficulty on campus accessing the full text, please try using the "Download" button instead of the "Read Online" button.]
Computer and Information Science collection - A collection of 180+ eBooks in computing and information science. The list of titles is available on the Morgan & Claypool website and the collection can be searched by title in the Library Catalogue.
Provides full text access to a multitude of books covering a broad range of subjects. The collection can be accessed at MyiLibrary.
High-quality eBooks from leading publishers, available to read online or for download for up to 7 days. Middlesex University has full text access to hundreds of titles. The whole collection may be viewed and searched at eBook Collection(EBSCOhost). These titles are also listed in the Library Catalogue.
A freely available collection of texts that are currently not in copyright, usually published more than 50 years ago. It includes the works of many classic writers, Shakespeare, Dante, Lewis Carroll, Ibsen, etc as well as the Magna Carta and American Declaration of Independence. The collection can be searched at Project Gutenberg. These titles are also listed in the Library Catalogue.
An online collection of over 200 nursing and psychology eBooks. The collection may be viewed at Books@Ovid
A collection of mainly computer science books. The whole collection may be viewed at Safari Bookshelf. Middlesex University has full text access to selected titles. These titles are listed in the Library Catalogue.
Many titles are published simultaneously in paper and electronic formats. This applies particularly to government reports, company reports and other forms of grey literature. Useful titles are in the Library Catalogue.
The Library Catalogue contains details and links to these resources with separate indexes to materials available electronically. To locate items use eResources Keyword Index - to find resources by author or subject keyword.