Answered By: Haylee Dobbs Last Updated: Feb 21, 2023 Views: 25
If you found a book in the library's main collection, you are able to use the library search to determine whether it is available in a digital format.
Let's say you are searching for a digital version of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
- Insert the title into the library search bar. You can even open a detailed search and use the author's name as well.
- Refine your search by checking the boxes labeled "Book/e-book" and "Full Access Online".
- Each result will be labeled "Book" or "eBook".
In this case, our desired result is labeled as "Book" with a clickable "Full Access Online" link that takes you directly to a scanned version of the text.
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