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 Subject Sets are Available Now!

Meet the evolving needs of researchers and save time finding e-books that cover specific disciplines with Subject Sets. These highly curated sets of e-books are assembled by librarians and contain e-books published within the past two years with no duplication among current or past subject sets.

Phone placed on a desk with a laptop and notebook. The phone is showing "Monitoring the Health of Populations by Tracking Disease Outbreaks."
Phone placed on a desk with a laptop and notebook. The phone is showing "Monitoring the Health of Populations by Tracking Disease Outbreaks."

New Medical E-Book Recommendations from Doody's Are Available Now

Rely on expert recommendations of core medical e-book titles and essential purchase picks covering 121 specialties with Doody’s E-Book Collections. See new and updated collections including the new COVID-19 Book List in EBSCOhost Collection Manager.

Introducing the New Interactive EBSCO eBooks E-Brochure

Considering adding EBSCO eBooks to your digital collection? Use this interactive brochure to learn about the different types of e-book collections available through EBSCO. It also offers industry stats, ordering options and describes how EBSCO is working toward e-book accessibility for all users.

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