We have increased our e-book holdings with the following providers.
We added a further 259 books to 123Library. Lists of the new titles are here. These are in the process of being added to our catalogue but they can be accessed online via the E-book A-Z list.
Cambridge University Press
We added a further 185 e-books to Cambridge Books Online. A list of the new titles is available here and these have all been added to our catalogue.
We have added a further 107 title to the Dawsonera platform. A list of the new titles is available here and these have all been added to our catalogue.
We have added to our existing collections on the Eastview platform with the purchase of Kotobarabia: Arab Leaders, Historians and Philosophers collection. This contains approximately 5,000 titles from nearly 1,000 important Arab thinkers, philosophers, historians, politicians, and theologians in the Arab world. Topics cover feminism, modern medicine, political reforms, including the Orabi Revolution, education, arts, religion, and more. The collection includes works by the Four Imams of the Sunni Sect, the Al Azhar Modern Sheikhs; various authors of the Modern Arab Enlightenment, and rare works by the former Egyptian royal family.
EBL – Ebook Library
We have added a further 41 titles to the EBL platform. A list of the new titles is available here and these have all been added to our catalogue.
IET Digital Library
A further 24 e-books have been added to our existing holdings on the IET platform. The new titles are listed here.
Oxford University Press
We now have access to Very Short Introductions – Social Science collection. See the SPS blog for full information.
Wiley Online Library
We have signed a new deal with Wiley which gives us access to 2013 and 2014 published e-books in all subject areas. Our catalogue will be regularly updated as new titles are published. The titles that we have access to can be browsed here. Older titles that the library has already purchased are available too.