EBSCO eBooks

Forge a clear path to success and support the digital needs of students, remote learners and faculty with access to high-quality academic e-books.

What Sets EBSCO eBooks Apart?

A wide selection of academic e-books from top publishers and presses

Browse academic e-book collections curated by librarians

Flexible acquisition models and ordering options

Convenient integration with EBSCOhost and EBSCO Discovery Service

Optimized search and read experience

Removes access barriers with hundreds of thousands of DRM-free options

New E-Book Collection on Social Justice Topics

EBSCO librarians have recently a new e-book collection featuring titles that explore issues of race in America through a variety of social justice-related topics. Click below to see titles in EBSCOhost Collection Manager.
*Market and territory restrictions may apply.

See titles in the Antiracist Reading Collection

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teenage girl reading an ebook on the couch

Save 50% on Print Conversions and EBSCO eBook Upgrades

As the landscape for scholarly book use changes, it’s important for libraries to support the demand for more books to be available in an electronic format. EBSCO is pleased to offer libraries the opportunity to convert any existing print book to electronic or upgrade any current EBSCO eBooks access models at a 50% discount until September 30, 2020.

EBSCO Achieves First-Ever 100% Score in ASPIRE E-Book Accessibility Audit

For the first time ever, EBSCO achieved a perfect score for a platform or publisher in the ASPIRE e-book accessibility audit. This important audit provides an ongoing assessment of publisher & platform vendor website accessibility statements. Learn more about ASPIRE and how EBSCO is paving the way for e-book accessibility for all users.


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