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Psychology - Finding e-books

A guide to finding psychology e-books.
Sometimes you have a book reference and wants to see if it's available electronically, other times you need to find e-books on a topic you are researching. Using Library Search allows you to quickly check if we have electronic access to a specific title and search for e-books on a topic.

Finding e-books using Library Search

Imagine you are looking for this book:

Kendall, P. C. (Ed.). (2011). Child and adolescent therapy: Cognitive-behavioral procedures. Guilford Press.

1. Use Library Search to search for the book's title: Child and adolescent therapy. This will show you if we have electronic access to the title.


Alternatively, you could use keywords to search for e-books on child and adolescent therapy as a topic.


2. You can access the online version via the hyperlink.


3. You will need to login using your University user name and password (if you haven't done so already). You will then be able to read the book online. Some books are available to download to read offline (this may be for a limited period).


E-books are subject to copyright law, and so publishers determine how much of a book can be downloaded, printed or copied (this often varies depending on the e-book supplier). 

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