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    Scholarly ebooks from ebrary

    As a SUNY institution, TC3 has access to more than 70,000 scholarly ebooks from many academic publishers through a platform called ebrary.

    You can find these books in the Library's catalog, using the E-books tab in the Quick Search box on the Library's home page, or by searching the ebrary site directly using this link to ebrary for TC3 students and staff

    To log into ebrary and access these books you will be prompted for your 9-digit TC3 ID number.

    When you locate a book you would like to read you can read it on the computer screen. Each book has a unique URL, so save the address and you can return to the exact book at any time from anywhere that you have Internet access.  You can also sign in to ebrary and keep track of the books of interest to you on your ebrary Bookshelf.  You can also add highlighting and notes and share with others.  See the ebrary Quick Start Guide (pdf) for more information about what you can do with ebrary books.

    You can print out or download an entire chapter or a range of up to 60 pages from most ebrary books and save a permanent PDF for later reading on any device.

    Alternatively, you can download the entire book and read it on your own computer, ereader (except the Kindle), and any Android or Apple smartphone or tablet.

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