Answered By: Tom Reinsfelder Last Updated: Jun 22, 2020 Views: 1558
Yes! E-Books from a variety of academic publishers are continually being added to the Libraries’ collections and may be accessed from any computer (some may require your PSU Access ID).
E-books can be read on any computer (PC/Mac), Ipad, Android, or Kindle Fire, and on most Nooks.
To learn more about E-book collections at PSU and other options for free online e-books (including your local public library) visit the E-Books Research Guide.
**Updated April 2, 2020**
HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS).
PSU faculty, staff, and students now have online reading access to 48.11% of PSU print collection through ETAS.
Once logged in at www.hathitrust.org, PSU users will be able to access the entire public domain corpus plus temporarily have limited access to in-copyright and copyright-undetermined volumes that are held by PSU library. The web pages below provide additional information:
- General Service Overview https://www.hathitrust.org/ETAS-Description
- Information and FAQs https://www.hathitrust.org/ETAS-User-Information
**Updated April 3, 2020** Temporary and Expanded Access to Additional Ebooks
Many vendors and publishers are providing additional free temporary access to resources due to COVID-19. The following resources are available on a temporary basis through the spring 2020 semester:
ProQuest Central (access through June 30, 2020.)
- JSTOR (access through June 30, 2020.)
- Offering expanded access to ebooks from selected publishers through June 30.
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