It’s easier than ever to use books, even when you’re not on campus. Of course most books are still only in print, but using them has become easier, too.Last update: Friday, 15 August, 2014 07:58
- This is a list of all the databases we subscribe to that provide book content. Most provide the complete text of the book online.
- EBSCO eBooks contains our largest collection of completely online books.
- Reference Universe searches the indexes and tables of contents of thousands of print books. Use it to find books on your topic in the Lee College Library.
- What about reference books?: the best research should start with reference books. We have many of these in our databases, too.
- Credo Reference Services is a large reference collection covering an array of disciplines.
- Gale Virtual Reference Library is a huge collection of full-text reference books.
- Oxford Reference: is a smaller, but highly regarded reference collection well worth your time.
- Encyclopedia Britannica is an excellent starting place for research. The online version provides extensive primary resources, as well as an atlas, dictionary and other reference works.
- OR you could search them all at once with OneSearch!